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Guildford lies on the southwestern edge of the Greater London Built-up Area and as such offers the perfect balance between rural and city living. The town has a great deal to offer including the 17th century Guilford House Art Gallery which houses works from both regional and local artists. Guilford is also home to two theatres – the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and the Electric Theatre – and many music, arts and food festivals are held in the town. Guildford clearly has a lot to offer and therefore it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped over 560 people move to the town in 2016.
At reallymoving.com you can compare up to four Chartered Surveyors to ensure you get the best deal on Building Surveys and Homebuyer Reports that will safeguard you from buying unsafe or damaged property. These surveys will report on a number of issues including roof problems, condensation and wet rot – which can be a particular problem in Guildford as the town is situated on the River Wey. Our Chartered Surveyors will not only be able to outline the damage your property in Guildford has suffered but will also be able to advise you on the potential costs of repair. If these costs are significant you may even be able to renegotiate the property’s asking price and this is why at reallymoving.com we highly recommend the services of our local Chartered Surveyors.
Whether you enjoy exploring churches and cathedrals or walking down canals and rivers Guildford has something for you. If you move with reallymoving.com and our Chartered Surveyor partners, you can be sure that you will not be hit by costs from unexpected property damages after completing your move.
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