All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Buxton is a spa town in Derbyshire in the Peak District, and technically a part of Greater Manchester. Buxton is the highest market town in Britain, but it is most famous for being the home of Buxton Mineral Water. Buxton is a town with plenty of attractions, such as the opera House, the Buxton Museum, as well as the huge Poole’s cavern, making it a very popular place to live despite its small size. In the last year alone reallymoving has helped over 100 people move into Buxton.
A settlement has stood where Buxton is now since Roman times, and therefore in the town today there are plenty of old buildings that go back centuries, as well as newer properties built as the town expanded. Therefore, Chartered Surveyors in the area are very experienced in delivering both HomeBuyer Reports, surveys designed for newer properties that are conventionally built, and Building Surveys, designed for older properties which may not adhere to modern structural requirements.
Although surveys can be expensive, they are definitely worth getting. With RICS reporting that 20% of people regret buying their property after not hiring a Chartered Surveyor, it’s not worth taking the risk. At reallymoving we can help you quickly find the best deal possible, saving you time and money and meaning your mind will be at ease about the state of the property when you do move in.
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