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Newtownabbey is a largely suburban residential area separated from northern Belfast by the M2. With a number of leisure facilities and amenities, engineering and computing industries in the town, as well as its proximity to Belfast, Newtownabbey is a popular place to live, and in the last 12 months up to June 2016, reallymoving had helped 148 people move home into the area.
Newtownabbey therefore is a town that keeps on growing, and the Antrim and Newtownabbey Housing Investment Plan 2014-19 means more houses are to be developed. Our Chartered Surveyors in the area are therefore constantly in demand and have plenty of experience in completing a wide range of surveys.
A 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.
Once moved in, why not see what Newtownabbey has to offer? With facilities like the Abbey Centre and the Valley Leisure Centre, and less than half an hour from the centre of Belfast, there is always plenty to do in and around the town.
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