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Bridlington is a town near Scarborough on the Holderness Coast facing out over the North Sea. Although a small town, Bridlington is very popular amongst local anglers, and the town exports millions of pounds of shellfish to Europe every year. The town is also home to some beautiful attractions. The harbour is one of the prettiest in the UK, and one could happily spend an afternoon walking in Sewerby Hall and Gardens or by the Bempton Cliffs, cliffs famous for their bird life. In the last year alone, reallymoving has helped over 150 people move to this small town.
Reallymoving recommend two types of housing surveys: HomeBuyer Reports and Building Surveys. A HomeBuyer Report will cover most conventional properties in a reasonable condition, whilst a Building Survey is more extensive and suitable for older properties or properties in more need of repairs. As Bridlington is by the coast and some areas of the town have been flooded in recent years, if buying a house on the seafront you may want to check if a building survey might be best for you. You can be assured that the Chartered Surveyors in the area have experience in conducting these surveys as well as the more basic type.
By offering you 4 instant quotes from surveyors in the area, you’ll be able to find the perfect deal for you in no time at all and might even save some money.
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