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Although famed for its football, West Bromwich, the Black Country town situated in the Borough of Sandwell and only 4 miles from Birmingham, has a lot to offer. New housing and commercial investments and the planned building of HS2 connecting London to Birmingham make West Bromwich an increasingly attractive place to live.
At reallymoving we can provide you with competitive comparable quotes from local Chartered Surveyors, but there are a number of different surveys they can carry out, which often depend on the age, size, and style of the building, as well as what the building was made of. Most modern housing for example, is new and can be relied upon to be architecturally sound. In this instance a HomeBuyer Report is usually all that is required. However, many buildings in West Bromwich were built during the industrial revolution and at the height of the West Midlands’ industrial power. Red brick buildings are especially common, and due to their age and their building material may need a more detailed Building Survey. Whatever house you buy, and no matter what survey you choose, make sure you go through reallymoving, as we can get you the best quote for you for free.
Once you’re settled into the area, you can start exploring what the area has to offer. Whether going to the Hawthorns on match-day or taking a walk around Sandwell Valley Country Park, there’s plenty to do and see.
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