All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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With a very strong claim to being the oldest town in Wales, with over 240 listed buildings, Carmarthen is a town with a rich history and a very popular place to live. Due to its location near the coast and in the middle of the countryside, yet with connections to the biggest Welsh cities like Swansea, it is easy to see why it is so popular.
As an old town it is paramount that you choose a Chartered Surveyor to carry out a report on any property you want to buy in Carmarthen to check if anything they find could change its value or make you reconsider buying the property. The potential costs that could come about if the house is not surveyed far outweigh the cost of the surveying and so the services of a Chartered Surveyor are highly recommended. Luckily at reallymoving we can offer you 4 directly comparable quotes to make it easy to find the surveyor that fits your needs and your budget.
Hopefully your surveyor will help to put all doubts at rest and you’ll be able to move into your new home. Once you’re settled in, why not see what Carmarthen and its county has to offer? Carmarthenshire has an array of Castles, including Carmarthen, Laugharn, and Kidwelly Castle. The county also has outstanding natural beauty, with the Llyn Brianne Dam and Reservoir and the Carmarthenshire Coast just some of the sites to explore.
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