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Brighton is a Victorian seaside resort situated just south of London and is still a popular tourist destination today. The city has much to offer and is most famous for its beautiful beachfront and Victorian era pier. However even in winter, when the Brighton beaches and promenades lose some of their appeal, there is still much to see and do. The city has many famous museums including the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Preston Manor and the Booth Museum of Natural History. The Royal Pavilion is also open to the public and it serves as a museum to the British regency. Brighton is home to many nightlife hotspots and hosts the largest Pride event in the UK, which attracts over 160,000 people a year. Brighton is an incredibly popular living destination and has been called the ‘happiest place to live in Britain’ and therefore it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our professional Chartered Surveyors have helped over 850 people relocate to the city in 2016.
Many properties in Brighton are built on sloping sites and these homes commonly suffer from damp and mould problems as the rear part of the property is below ground level. This problem can cost upwards of £2000 to repair and this is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our local and professional Chartered Surveyors. They will be able to provide you with a detailed home survey that will make you aware of any damages to your potential new home. This will prove invaluable and may even save you money as it is often possible to renegotiate a price after property damages come to light.
Whether you enjoy exploring Brighton’s museums or relaxing on the city’s beachfront our expert Chartered Surveyors are here to make your move as straightforward and safe as possible. With their help, you will be able to enjoy your new home in Brighton – and everything the city has to offer – without delay.
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