All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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New Malden is a very affluent area of South West London and a very desirable place to live. Situated in between the famous areas of Wimbledon, the home of tennis, and Kingston, where Hampton Court Palace lies, living in New Malden means you’re living in one of the nicest and greenest places in London, whilst receiving all the benefits of the capital like good transport into the centre. It is no wonder that reallymoving has helped over 150 people move into the area in the last 12 months.
New Malden has plenty of historic buildings built as London expanded, but also has its fair share of newer properties and flats. When moving into one of these newer properties it is often useful to get a HomeBuyer Report from a local Chartered Surveyor in order to ensure that there are no flaws or faults that might reduce the value of the property or lead to problems in the future. If you are moving into an older property a Building Survey will suit your needs, as this report will thoroughly cover factors such as structural soundness of the property.
At reallymoving we’ll be able to save you plenty of time and even some money when it comes to you looking for a Chartered Surveyor, so you’ll be able to move into your new home and take walks around Richmond Park or go to watch the tennis in no time at all.
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