All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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North London has undergone significant redevelopment in recent years and now there is more to explore than ever. The Kings Place is at the forefront of the regeneration of King’s Cross and it is a popular North London attraction as it houses concert halls, art galleries and restaurants – all situated along a picturesque canal. Alternatively Alexander Palace, known to locals as ‘Ally Pally’, is also worth a visit. It was opened in 1873 as a people’s palace and at its height the Palace attracted over 70,000 people a day. Today Alexander Palace houses exhibitions, performances and sporting events and its grounds offer spectacular views across London. These are but a few of North London’s unique attractions – others include Camden Market and Highgate Cemetery, the resting place of Karl Marx – and with so much going on it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com has helped over 2500 people relocate to the north of the city.
North London is home to a variety of properties, both new and old build, but it is the Victorian and Georgian terraces that particularly stand out to residents and newcomers. These old builds often suffer from leakage problems and as they are terraces, leaks can also damage neighbouring properties. If such leaks go unnoticed by inattentive landlords they can cause a multitude of problems from wet rot to rising damp. This is why reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to provide you with a Homebuyer Report. This report will comprehensively outline any damage your prospective property has suffered and can even save you money, in the form of a price renegotiation, if it uncovers significant damages.
Whether you want to explore North London’s parks and greenspaces or relax in some of its famous bars and restaurants, our Chartered Surveyors are here to ensure that the transition to your new North London home is as straightforward as possible.
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