All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Dulwich is an area in South London predominantly in the borough of Southwark. A settlement on the site of Dulwich has existed for over a thousand years, and in the present day the area still contains many historic and old buildings, such as the prestigious Dulwich College. Areas such as Dulwich Village still contain most of the original 18th and 19th century buildings, but the area is also filled with new and modern builds. In the last year alone, reallymoving has helped just under 250 people move into the area.
With a mixture of new and old property in Dulwich, the area is very attractive to a number of different buyers, whether wanting a cottage in Dulwich Village or a modern house near the college. There are two types of surveys that reallymoving recommends, HomeBuyer Reports, suitable for newer conventionally built properties, and Building Surveys, designed for older properties to ensure they meet modern housing requirements. All Chartered Surveyors in the area will complete whatever survey you want professionally and efficiently, and with reallymoving you’ll be able to save even more time whilst finding the best deal for you by being able to directly compare the best surveyors in the area.
Hopefully you’ll be moved in no time and will be able to start looking around the local area. Whether visiting Brixton Academy to see your favourite act, or taking a picnic to Dulwich Park, there is plenty to do in the area.
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