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A town and the site of a major port, in Kent, Dover is at the narrowest point of the English Channel and is perhaps most famous for its White Cliffs. The town has been inhabited since at least the Stone Age and due to its position on the coast was the place where the Romans first landed in England. Since then it has been of great strategic importance to Britain. A very popular place amongst locals and tourists alike, reallymoving helped 180 people move into the area in the last 12 months up to June 2016 alone.
As a very historic town, Dover has 135 listed buildings and plenty of other old properties, as well as new housing. This diversity of property means that Chartered Surveyors in the area are very experienced in providing a number of housing surveys to suit whatever property you are looking to purchase. Although Chartered Surveyors can be expensive, they are a necessity if you want to make sure you won’t have any unexpected, costly repairs to deal with after you’ve moved in. With reallymoving you can directly compare up to 4 competitive quotes, meaning you can find the right surveyor for you in seconds.
Hopefully you’ll be moving into your new home in no time at all, and so you’ll be able to explore the local sights. Whether exploring Dover Castle, spending a day at St Margaret’s Bay, or visiting Dover Muesum, there is plenty to do.
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