Based on reallymoving data up to December 2017
Average property price:
Average number of bedrooms:
Average distance moved:
About Manchester surveyors
Buying a house in Manchester and need a professional, experienced surveyor local to the area?
Located in close proximity of three rivers, the Medlock, Irwell and Mersey, your Building Surveyor will report on the impact a flood can have on your home, and investigate for damp. Whether you are moving into one of the red brick buildings that characterise the city or a converted warehouse apartment, the Chartered Surveyors on our panel can provide you with an expert house survey and prompt survey report. Nicknamed Warehouse City with almost 2,000 warehouses at the height of the Industrial Revolution, most of Manchester’s warehouses have now been redeveloped as housing. If you are purchasing a converted home, your surveyor will give you the necessary information to allow you to buy with confidence.
With over half the moves to Manchester coming from the local area, and an additional 13% of Manchester movers coming from the bordering postcode areas, it is clear that Manchester is a popular choice for house movers in the North West. From the Manchester Museum and IWM North to Kings Street and Exchange Street, with all that Manchester has to offer it won’t take you long to settle into your new home in the city.
Are these closer?