Based on reallymoving data up to December 2017
Average property price:
Average number of bedrooms:
Average distance moved:
Dagenham has grown rapidly in the last 100 years into a major urban centre on the outskirts of London from a small village. In the 20th century Dagenham was a centre for manufacturing and was famously the location of the Ford Factory, and a lot of manufacturing happened around the area during World War 2. Today Dagenham is mainly a residential area that also have a strong retail economy.
A popular place to live, in the last year alone up to June 2016, reallymoving has helped over 300 people move into the area.
Whether moving into an old property in Dagenham built around the time when it was becoming an industrial centre, or whether you’re moving into a new block of apartments in the area, surveyors in the area will be able to offer you both HomeBuyer Reports for the newer properties and more in depth Building Surveys for older houses or ones that may not be structurally sound. Reallymoving can help in this process by helping you find the best Chartered Surveyor for you depending on your budget, and will save you heaps of time in the process.
Hopefully through reallymoving you’ll be moving into the area in no time at all, meaning you can start exploring the local area. Whether going over to the Olympic Park to watch the Hammers play, or simply want to stroll around the beautiful Mayesbrook Park, there is plenty to do in the area.
Are these closer?