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In the West Midlands and south west of Dudley lies Stourbridge, a large town named after the River Stour which runs through it. Famed for its glass making which started in the 1600s, Stourbridge started to expand during the Industrial Revolution, and has remained a popular place to live ever since.
In the last 12 months alone, up to June 2016, reallymoving has helped 329 people move into the area. Not only does this show just how popular Stourbridge is, but also means that Chartered Surveyors in the area are in demand and will be well experienced in completing a range of different surveys to suit your needs. Whether you need a standard HomeBuyer Report for a conventionally built property, or are looking for a more in-depth Building Survey for a house on the Stour, which you might want to check for flood damage, our expert surveyors will be up to the job.
With reallymoving, by giving you up to 4 directly comparable quotes, you will be able to find the right surveyor for you in seconds and could be moving into your new home in no time at all. Once you are settled into your new home, why not check out what Stourbridge has to offer? Whether exploring the town’s heritage by visiting the Ruskin Glass Centre or Red House Glass Cone, or going for a day trip to Birmingham, there is plenty to do in Stourbridge and the West Midlands area.
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