All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Todmorden, in the west of West Yorkshire and in the Upper Calder Valley by the River Calder, is a small country town surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet only half an hour into Manchester by train. A popular place to live for those who want to be in the country yet commute into the city, Todmorden also has a number of other attractions that are popular with locals and visitors alike. Whether going walking round Gaddings Dam or up to Stoodley Pike, or visiting the beautiful Town Hall in the centre of town, there is plenty to do in the town.
Reallymoving recommends two types of house survey, the HomeBuyer Report and the Building Survey. The survey appropriate for you will depend on a number of factors, such as the age, construction type and structural condition of the property. For an older property or one that had been subjected to the recent floods in the region you would be advised to go for a more detailed Building Survey that can check for any lasting damage to the property, whereas for a newer development a HomeBuyer Report is advisable.
Whatever survey you choose to go for, with reallymoving you will be able to find the best deal to suit your needs and budget. Although fairly costly in the short term, Chartered Surveyors could potentially help you save thousands in the long term, and reallymoving’s comparison service will help you save as much time and money as possible in the immediacy.
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