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Haywards Heath is situated in West Sussex and the town has been the site of a settlement for hundreds of years. The town is ideally situated – surrounded by countryside, yet near Crawley and only 40 minutes away from London and 15 minutes away from Brighton by train, Haywards Heath is a very attractive place to live and, especially amongst commuters. In the last year alone, reallymoving helped 236 people move into the area up to June 2016.
Whether needing a standard HomeBuyer Report, usually adequate for conventionally built properties, or want a more extensive Building Survey which is used for older or non-conventionally built properties to check they are in sound condition, Chartered Surveyors in the area will be able to provide you with a professional and efficient service. With RICS reporting that 20% of people who bought a property without getting a surveyor now regret their purchase, it is definitely worth hiring a good Chartered Surveyor. With reallymoving you’ll be able to save time and money and get the best deal for you, so hopefully you’ll be moving into your new home in no time at all.
As well as good transport links to the rest of the country, Haywards Heath itself has plenty of notable attractions. Whether Visiting Nymans Gardens and House, Wakehurst Place, or the Ouse Valley Viaduct, there are plenty of sites of interest to see.
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