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Hove, a town on the south coast of England to the immediate west of Brighton, is a very attractive place to live. Right by the coast and some of the best weather in the country, yet only an hour away from London by train, Hove and its bigger town Brighton, attracts plenty of tourists as well as people that want to settle in the area. In the last 12 months alone, reallymoving has helped 341 people settle in Hove and over 850 people settle in Brighton. Figures like these show just what an attractive place Hove and the area around it is to live.
Whether getting a HomeBuyer Report, normally all that’s required for conventional homes, or going for a more rigorous Building Survey, you will be in safe hands with any of the Chartered Surveyors in the area. With reallymoving you will be able to directly compare between surveyors and choose the best one to suit your needs and budget. With RICS reporting that 20% of people who did not get a Chartered Surveyor when buying a house now regretting buying their property, it seems obvious that you are better off getting one than taking a risk.
Hopefully your surveyor will give you the all-clear for you to move into your new home, so you can start exploring the local area in no time at all. Whether visiting the Old Market Theatre, or venturing to Brighton Pavilion, there is plenty to do in the area.
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