All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Dewsbury is located in the middle of West Yorkshire, and surrounded by some of the biggest towns in the county, being south of Leeds, east of Huddersfield, and west of Wakefield. This means that the town is a popular place to live for many commuters into these cities and has a strong local economy. Rising to prominence as a mill town in the 19th century, the area has recently seen a lot of regeneration, with city areas and a lot of formerly derelict mills being redeveloped into new flats. An area of rising popularity, in the last year alone, reallymoving helped over 133 people move into the area.
At reallymoving we can provide you with competitive comparable quotes from local Chartered Surveyors who can carry out a variety of surveys. Most modern housing can be relied upon to be architecturally sound. In this instance a HomeBuyer Report is usually all that is required. However, many buildings in Dewsbury were built in the industrial revolution, and due to their age and the bricks they were built with, these may need a more detailed Building Survey. Whatever house you buy, and no matter what survey you choose, make sure you go through reallymoving, as we can get you the best quote for you for free.
When you’ve moved into the area, whether strolling through Crow Nest Park or visiting Dewsbury Minster, there is plenty to do in the area.
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