All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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A market town in north Cambridgeshire, widely known for its recent historical importance as a railway centre, March has great rail connections to Peterborough, London, Ely, and Cambridge. With reallymoving having helped 144 people this year move to March, it is certainly an attractive place to live.
Located in the historic county of Cambridgeshire, March has a real mix of older buildings and newer developments. More modern properties are probably less likely to need a more thorough inspection as they should be architecturally sound and have modern wiring and piping installed, and therefore these are more suitable for a HomeBuyer Report, as opposed to a more detailed Building Survey, which older buildings may need to ensure they are suitable to live in and adhere to modern requirements.
Whatever survey you choose to go for, with reallymoving you will be able to find the best deal to suit your needs and budget. Although fairly costly in the short term, Chartered Surveyors could potentially help you save thousands in the long term, and reallymoving’s comparison service will help you save as much money as possible in the immediacy.
Why not see what’s going on in March in the meantime? With Ely Cathedral and Cambridge not too far away, and attractions like St Wendreda’s Church and the March Festival on in the town, there is plenty to be doing.
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