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The largest town in Carmarthenshire and 10 miles north west of Swansea, Llanelli is on the south west coast of Wales, and a popular place to live in. A town of tradition, both in rugby and in tinplate manufacturing (with companies like Tata Steel and Dyfed Steels based in the area), the area is also experiencing new developments, including new retail parks and the Millennium Coastal Park. In the last 12 months alone up to June 2016, reallymoving helped 138 people move into the area.
A Chartered Surveyor will check the property for faults and problems with the property that you may not have known about so that you don’t end up paying for them down the line after you’ve bought the property. Seeing as RICS has reported that over 20% of those who did not employ a surveyor now regret moving into their homes, it is certainly worth paying the money for a good surveyor to avoid additional unexpected costs you might get in the future.
Whether going for a standard HomeBuyer Report or a more detailed Building Survey, suitable for older buildings or ones that may have experienced past flooding in Llanelli, reallymoving will help you find the best deal on surveyors by giving you 4 directly comparable quotes, saving you time and even money.
When moved into the area, you can start exploring the local attractions. Whether visiting the Wetland Centre and seeing the flamingos or going to the Ffwrnes Centre, there is plenty to do.
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