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Tring, a small town in Hertfordshire, has been a place of human settlement since pre-historic times, and has a long and fruitful history for such a small town. Situated in a gap passing through the Chiltern Hills, classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tring is an attractive place to live, as it offers a taste of country living, but is also a commuter town into Aylesbury and London.
With Tring high-street’s layout relatively unchanged since the 19th century, Tring is a town with a lot of listed buildings in its centre, and over 80 throughout the town. Chartered Surveyors in the area are therefore used to dealing with all kinds of surveys, whether they be HomeBuyer Reports for modern houses or longer, more detailed Building Surveys for older properties built before modern times. Although they can be costly, housing surveys are very important when buying a new house, and could potentially save you a lot of money on repairs that you would have made later if you had not known about the problems with the house at the time of purchasing. Your surveyor in Tring will also be happy to take you through the implications of his report.
Whatever surveyor you choose, reallymoving makes it easy to find the best deal for you. Why not explore what Tring has to offer and see Tring’s Natural History Museum, or take a trip to the Tring Brewery?
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