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As the largest town in North Wales, Wrexham is the commercial hub of the region and is a very popular place to live, and last year alone reallymoving helped over 319 people move into the area. A town of past historical importance given its proximity to the English border, as well as developing good transport connections to the rest of Wales and into England, Wrexham today has a mixture of old and new housing built up over the years.
Because of this, Chartered Surveyors in Wrexham are well experienced and well equipped to deal with whatever housing survey you want completed on any property you are looking to buy, whether it be a HomeBuyer Report or a Building Survey for an older building. Given that the RICS have reported that over 20% of people who did not take use a surveyor would not have moved in to their homes if they knew what work they would have to do on their property, employing a Chartered Surveyor is definitely an advised step when it comes to moving house.
Reallymoving can give you up to 4 directly comparable quotes for Chartered Surveyors in the area so you can choose the one most suited to your needs and budget. Once moved in, why not have a look at what Wrexham has to offer? Whether you are exploring the large town centre, or taking a trip to Erdigg Estate, there is plenty to do around the area.
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