All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Just a few kilometres south west of Worcester lies Malvern, a historic area where a lot of the small towns and suburbs are connected by green open spaces. The number of parks and commons in the area, the beautiful Malvern Hills that surround the town and the fact it is in commuting distance of Worcester, mean Malvern is a nice and attractive place to live. In the last year alone, 137 people have moved into the area with the help of reallymoving.
Our Chartered Surveyors in the area are able to provide you with housing surveys that could potentially save you a lot of money in the future. Whether choosing a HomeBuyer Report or a Building Survey, you can be confident that with reallymoving, you will be able to choose the best surveyor for your needs and your budget. Despite the fact you might be in a rush to move to your new home in Malvern, it is always worth getting a housing survey as it means you’ll avoid any unexpected repairs that you may have to make to the property once you’ve purchased it.
Once you’ve moved into the area, why not see what there is to do? As an area with plenty of natural beauty, why not walk up to Worcestershire beacon or through the Malvern Hills? If you’d like to stay in the town, then Priory Park or the Museum of Local history are also popular.
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