You’ll definitely require a Homebuyers Report or Buildings Survey when you sell or buy a house in Northampton. We’ve established relationships with the top Northampton surveyors, all RICS-regulated, so we can instantly provide you with the most competitive quotes for surveying in Northampton, whichever part of the town you live in. Fill in the Quick Quote Form to the right and receive your free, no obligation quotes in seconds!
With 67% of moves to Northampton originating in the county town, and 1414 reallymoving.com Northampton movers in 2013, Northampton is clearly a popular place for home movers to buy property. Whether your new home is in the shadow of the Northampton Lighthouse or in the rural village of Guilsborough, the expert Chartered Surveyors on our panel will be able to inform you about the structural condition of the property you are purchasing.
There are a number of properties in Northamptonshire that are built with stone, most notably Clipsham Stone which is local to the area. Your surveyor will be able to comment on the structure of the property and the materials used to build it. They can also advise on maintenance options for your new Northampton home.
Once a centre for shoemaking and additional leather industries, some of the properties in Northampton have been converted from the old shoe factories. When you get quotes through reallymoving.com, your Chartered Surveyor will be able to identify any problems that may have occurred during the conversion of the building.
When you have moved into your new Northampton house, there are many things for you to visit to help you settle into the area. Whether you enjoy a wander round the Market Square, one of the largest and most historic in Britain, and shopping in Abingdon Street, or relaxing in one of Northampton’s many parks, it’ll not take you long to feel at home in Northampton.