All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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A district in Lancashire in between Burnley and Bolton, Rossendale is a town immediately surrounded by countryside whilst also being close to many of the major towns in the North West of England. Reallymoving helped 139 people move into the area in the last 12 months up to June 2016, showing that Rossendale is a popular place to live, and also meaning that Chartered Surveyors are in demand and well-practised at what they do.
Rossendale started expanding during the industrial revolution, and there are still many older houses from these times still in use Rossendale, alongside modern ones. This means that Chartered Surveyors in the area have plenty of experience when it comes to performing both HomeBuyer Reports and more extensive Building Surveys. Furthermore, in recent times the River Irwell running through the town has flooded, so if moving to a property by the river then your Chartered Surveyor will be able to offer you a survey which includes checking for flood damage.
Although surveys can be expensive, they are definitely worth getting done so you don’t have any unexpected problems down the line, and with reallymoving we can help find you the best deal for you. Hopefully you’ll be moved in in no time at all, and can start exploring the town. Whether having lunch at the Whitaker Museum or walking up to the Haslingden Halo, there is plenty to be doing.
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