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Harlow is a relatively new town in Essex but right next to the border with Hertfordshire. Given the fact it is so close to London, but there are green open spaces and countryside in and around the town as well, it is a very popular place to live, especially for commuters. In the last 12 months alone up till June 2016, reallymoving has helped over 320 people move into the area.
Regardless of the age or style of the house you are moving into in Harlow, it is important you hire a professional surveyor so someone with a trained eye can analyse the property to see if it is structurally sound or needs any repairs. In the long run a survey could save you from nasty surprises in the form of unexpected repairs, as a surveyor will be able to spot anything wrong before you purchase the house. A HomeBuyer Report covers most needs, but some old properties, of which there are plenty in Harlow, may need a more thorough Building Survey.
With reallymoving you’ll be able to directly compare up to 4 quality Chartered Surveyors, meaning you’ll easily save time and even money. Hopefully you’ll be settled in the local area in no time at all, and whether going white water rafting at the Lee valley Olympic centre or visiting The Gibberd Garden, there is plenty to do in the area.
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