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Crewe was a town that began to develop in the 19th century, and grew around the railway station. As a main interchange station on the Western Rail mainline, Crewe offers direct services to cities like London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, and Manchester, to name just a few. A town with great connections, the town itself is surrounded by countryside, and is a very popular place to live, and reallymoving has helped over 394 people move into the town in the last 12 months alone.
Chartered Surveyors in Crewe and around Cheshire have plenty of experience in all types of housing surveys, and will be happy to discuss the results of the report with you. Seeing as RICS has reported that over 20% of those who did not employ a surveyor now regret moving into their homes, it is certainly worth paying the money for a good surveyor to avoid additional unexpected costs you might get in the future.
Whether you go for a more extensive Building Survey or a standard HomeBuyer Report, through reallymoving you will be in safe hands, and able to find the right surveyor for your needs and your budget. In the meantime, why not take a look around Crewe to see what it can offer? Whether going to the Crewe Lyceum Theatre or the Heritage Centre, there is plenty to do in the town.
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