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A market town in the Chiltern Hills, Chesham is a very attractive place to live. Not only is the town itself a quaint and quiet town surrounded by natural beauty, but it also has direct links to London as the last stop on the Metropolitan Line, meaning the place is perfect for those wanting a quiet country life whilst having London on their doorstep. In the last 12 months alone up to June 2016, Chesham has seen 119 people move into the area with the help of reallymoving.
As a town with plenty of old buildings in it as well as newer properties built as more commuters were attracted to the area, the Chartered Surveyors in Chesham are experienced in providing both HomeBuyer Reports for conventional properties, as well as more thorough Building Surveys for older properties that may need to be checked for structural weaknesses.
Although expensive it is highly recommended you get a housing survey to avoid paying for unexpected repairs after you’ve purchased your house. With RICS estimating 20% of people who didn’t get a surveyor now regretting the purchase of their property, it simply isn’t worth taking the risk. Furthermore, with reallymoving you will be able to find the best deal for you, saving you time and even some money.
Once settled in Chesham, why not take a visit to the Brewery Shop, the town’s museum, or the Elgiva Theatre? There’s plenty to do no matter what your interest.
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