All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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A suburban district in South East London, Sidcup is an ideal place to live. With great transport links into the centre of London, the town itself is surrounded by green open spaces and parks, a lot of which used to be the grounds of great manors that once stood in the area. The town grew natural as London started to expand, and continues to grow today. Last year alone, reallymoving helped over 250 people move into the area.
Containing new properties built in the 20th century, as well as a large mix of Victorian and Edwardian houses, Chartered Surveyors in the area are well accustomed to completing a large range of housing surveys to suit your needs. With RICS reporting that 20% of people who didn’t get a housing survey now regretting their purchase, a Chartered Surveyor is definitely recommended. Whether opting for an extensive Building Survey or a standard HomeBuyer Report, reallymoving can help you find the best Chartered Surveyor for you in no time at all.
Hopefully you’ll be moved into your new home in no time all, and can start checking out the local attractions. Whether visiting the Broken Drum Pub, or going to play some Crazy Golf with the kids (although maybe not in that order), there are plenty of things to do in the area.
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