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A seaside town in West Sussex in England and just west of Brighton and Hove, the town also has the South Downs bordering it to the north and Brighton Airport to the west of it. Set between two areas of natural beauty, and yet close to an airport and Brighton City, Shoreham offers the perfect balance between living in the town but having the countryside on the doorstep.
Reallymoving recommend two types of housing surveys: HomeBuyer Reports and Building Surveys. A HomeBuyer Report will cover most conventional properties in a reasonable condition, whilst a Building Survey is more extensive and suitable for older properties or properties in more need of repairs. With the River Adur running through the town, this may mean that properties on the bank may be flood damaged, and you can be assured that the Chartered Surveyors in the area have experience in conducting these surveys as well as the more basic type.
With reallymoving, you’ll be able to save time and even money when choosing the right surveyor for you. When settled into the area, why not see what Shoreham-by-Sea, you might want to see what attractions the town has to offer. Whether visiting the Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham Airport Centre, or just relaxing by the beach, you won’t be short of things to do.
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