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In East Hampshire, and 17 miles north of Portsmouth via the A3, lies Petersfield. The town is on the train line between London and Portsmouth meaning it is a popular town for commuters to live in, whilst it is also situated in the South Downs, making it a very attractive place for those who want to explore the surrounding countryside. Whether exploring Petersfield Lake, the Ashford Hangers, or staying in the town to visit Petersfield Museum or the Physic Garden, there is plenty to do in the area.
Surveyors in the area are very experienced in dealing with different types of properties in the area and will be able to deliver whatever survey you are looking for. For an older property or one that is situated on the banks of one of the brooks running through Petersfield that may have experienced some flood damage, you would probably go for a more detailed and extensive Building Survey, whereas for a newer, conventionally built development, a HomeBuyer Report would be more suitable.
Surveys can be expensive, but with RICS reporting that 1 in 5 people regret moving to their homes after not hiring a Chartered Surveyor, the risk of not getting a survey done is too high. Reallymoving can help keep costs down and quality up by providing you with up to 4 quotes from the best surveyors in the area.
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