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There has been a settlement where Abergavenny stands today for more than 2000 years, and there is still evidence of a Roman Fort in the area, as well as the ruins of the town’s Norman-built White Castle. Since the end of the industrial age in south wales, Abergavenny has made the most of the natural beauty surrounding the town, like the River Usk and the Sugar Loaf mountain and promoted as the ‘Gateway to Wales.’ This strategy is attracting more and more tourists and hikers to the area and is making the town an increasingly attractive place to live.
Given that the town is so old, it is not surprising that there are many historic buildings still standing today, and so Chartered Surveyors in the area are experienced in both standard HomeBuyer Reports for conventional properties, as well as the more in depth Building Surveys, which take into account structural soundness of a property and check for wiring and piping amongst other things.
Whichever survey you choose, reallymoving only gives you quotes from quality, RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors. Although expensive, it is simply not worth taking the risk in not getting a survey done, as you could end up with big bills to pay for repairs down the line. Reallymoving will also be able to save you a lot of time and even money, so you’ll be moved into your new home in no time at all.
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