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In the Rochsford District of Essex and in between Chelmsford and Southend-on-Sea lies Rayleigh, a market town with plenty of green open spaces in and around it, as well as being very close to the coast. Rayleigh is also close to two of the main hubs of the area in Essex, and is only a 40 -minute train ride away from London. These are just some of the reasons as to why Rayleigh is such an attractive place to live, and why almost 150 people decided to move to the area last year with the help of reallymoving.
A settlement has existed around where Rayleigh is now for centuries, and the town has a real mixture of old and new houses. This means the surveyors in the area are experienced in delivering different surveys to accommodate to your needs, whether opting for a HomeBuyer Report or a more extensive Building Survey.
According to the RICS, 1 in 5 people who did not get a Chartered Surveyor when buying a house regret buying their property, so it is definitely worth getting a surveyor despite the cost. Reallymoving can help you keep costs down and quality up by letting you compare and choose the best surveyor for you.
When moved into the area, there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy. Whether going to the Rayleigh Windmill or going with the kids to Base Jump Trampoline Park, there is plenty to do.
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