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Oxford is home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world and is famous for its historic skyline. Views of the city offer glimpses of church spires and old university buildings, particularly notable examples include Carfax Tower and the University Church of St Mary the Virgin. There are many exciting things to explore in Oxford, from old churches and stunning architecture to traditional markets and modern shopping malls. With so much on offer it is unsurprising that reallmoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped almost 600 people relocate to Oxford in 2016.
The rivers Thames and Cherwell run through Oxford and meet just south of the city centre. Although these rivers are enjoyable to explore both by boat and on foot, they pose a risk to property. At reallymoving.com we highly recommend the services of our professional Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to advise you on the impact flooding may have on your home, while drawing attention to damp and other damage previously caused by floods. They will provide you with a comprehensive Building Survey which will ensure that you are aware of any damage your prospective property has suffered. This may even enable you to renegotiate the price of the property if serious damage is uncovered potentially saving you money on your house purchase.
With the help of our Chartered Surveyors, you can be sure that no unexpected property damage will delay or complicate your move. This means you will be able to enjoy your new home and everything that Oxford has to offer as soon as possible.
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