Based on reallymoving data up to December 2017
Average property price:
Average number of bedrooms:
Average distance moved:
Situated 6 miles south of Dudley and only 7 miles west of Birmingham, Halesowen is a suburban area with its own community, but very close and with great transport links into Britain’s ‘second city.’ The town is also a region with plenty of green open spaces around it, such as Leasowes Park and the Clent Hills, adding to its popularity as a place to reside in. In the last 12 months up to June 2016, reallymoving helped over 275 people move into the area.
Most of the housing in Halesowen has been built in the last 50 years as the town expanded after the Second World War, but some buildings in the town are still made up of Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses. This means the Chartered Surveyors in the area are very experienced in conducting standard HomeBuyer Reports for newer properties, as well more extensive Building Surveys, designed for older houses that may have more chance of needing repairs.
Whatever type of survey you need, reallymoving can help you find the right Chartered Surveyor for you and could save you time and money in the process. When in Halesowen, why not check out the local attractions? Whether going for a walk around Leasowes Park, or going go-karting around the local track, there is plenty to do in the area.
Are these closer?