All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Streatham in South London is a popular place to live, and one that is continuing to grow in attractiveness as the area, and areas around it continue to regenerate. Despite the growth of metropolitan London, Streatham has retained a village at its centre, full of green open spaces. Along with Streatham Common and Tooting Bec Common being so near to Streatham, these quiet green spaces in a busy city, along with the fact that Streatham is undergoing continuous improvement and regeneration, are perhaps the reasons why the area is so popular. Last year alone, reallymoving helped 734 people move into the area.
The Chartered Surveyors we work with in the area are well experienced in delivering a number of housing surveys, including HomeBuyer Reports, designed for newer properties already in reasonable condition, and Building Surveys for older properties like the Victorian housing built in the area, which may be in more need of repairs.
Although both types of surveys can be expensive, they are definitely worth getting. With RICS reporting that 20% of people regret buying their property after not hiring a Chartered Surveyor, it’s not worth taking the risk. At reallymoving we can help you quickly find the best deal possible, saving you time and money and meaning your mind will be at ease about the state of the property when you do move in.
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