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Rhyl is a pleasant seaside town in Denbighshire on the north coast of Wales, and is at the mouth of the River Clwyd that runs just next to it. Although as a seaside town in decline in the 20th century, in recent years it has received millions of pounds of European and Welsh funding which has seen a rejuvenation of the seaside. Although a small town, it is a very popular one, with over 120 people moving to the area with the help of reallymoving in the last 12 months.
Reallymoving recommends two types of house survey, the HomeBuyer Report and the Building Survey. The survey most appropriate for you will depend on a number of factors, such as the age, construction type and structural condition of the property. In Rhyl, many of the buildings will be old, or may have experienced historic flood damage from the Clwyd, and this might require a more thorough Building Survey to ensure that the foundations, piping and electricals within the household are all sound and structurally intact.
Whatever Chartered Surveyor you choose, reallymoving will help you find the right one for you at the best price, so you’ll be moving into your new home in no time at all. Whether going down to the beach front to relax or visiting St Margaret’s Church, there is plenty to do in the area.
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