Surveyors for Hebden Bridge

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If you’re looking for a Chartered Surveyor in Hebden Bridge then reallymoving can help. Whether wanting a Building Survey for a property on Hebden Beck or a HomeBuyer Report on Sandy Gate, reallymoving can offer you up to 4 quotes from RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors who are well respected in the area. Just click on ‘Get Quotes’ and fill in our simple form to start comparing today.

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I am a local independent and fully qualified Chartered Building Surveyor with over 20 years' experience. My experience includes a wealth of survey knowledge of all types and ages of property.Read more

An Established RICS Chartered Surveying practice with surveyors operating across the country. Our surveyors are all RICS accredited chartered surveyors and registered valuers who are at the top of their field.Read more

We are a local, independent company undertaking Homebuyer Reports and Building Surveys in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire. We have over 35 years of experience and are regulated by the RICS.Read more

HARP Surveying Services

4.3 out of 5.0 based on 97 reviews

HARP Surveying Services will provide an individual report into any aspect of the property you are considering buying.Read more

White Horse Surveyors are located in Chippenham, but operate throughout the South West and South East of England.Read more

Local information

All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017

  • Average property price: £222,553
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.50
  • reallymoving movers: 92
  • Average distance moved: 70 miles

Hebden Bridge, a market town in West Yorkshire, lies at the confluence of the River Calder and Hebden Water. A small town, the area is rich with history, and was once upon a time called ‘Trouser Town’ because of the clothing manufacturing that took place there.

Today, Hebden Bridge is an attractive area to live, and tourists also flock to the area for the walks around the town, but space is limited due to the steep valleys surrounding the town, so it has a small population. Despite a population of just over 4000, reallymoving has helped over 50 people move into the area in the last year alone.

As a town with a mixture of old and new housing, Chartered Surveyors in the area are experienced in both completing both HomeBuyer Reports and Building Surveys, and the right survey for you will depend on a number of factors. For an older property or one that is situated by the rivers of the town and therefore may have experienced some flood damage or have structural weakness, you would probably go for a more detailed Building Survey, whereas for a newer, structurally sound development a HomeBuyer Report is advisable.

Whatever survey you want, you’ll be able to save time and money with reallymoving. When settled into the area, why not visit the beautiful Hardcastle Crags or Heptonstall, two local landmarks, or go to the Picture House for an evening?

 

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