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Your local firm of Chartered Surveyors covering Wroxham is Wroxham Surveyors, led by T J Goodwin BSc FRICS RegVal. Tim is a fully qualified Building Surveyor and a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, with a wealth of knowledge of Wroxham and the surrounding area.
Tim carries out all types of property survey and valuations of residential and commercial properties and has extensive local experience of building surveys, party wall advice, constructional certification and architectural work.
Your local Surveyor in Wroxham:
Tim will provide you with free, no-commitment, property advice. Buying property is an expensive commitment and it isn’t always straightforward. Getting the right survey or valuation carried out by a regulated professional Chartered Surveyor will ensure your property purchase doesn’t turn into an expensive nightmare. The survey will alert you to any potential problems that may not be immediately obvious, and give you the means to make sure the home you are buying is worth the money you are paying for it, if combined with a valuation.
Wroxham Surveyors is a trading name of T J Goodwin & Associates and a regulated firm of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Wroxham, a small village in the county of Norfolk, contains the highest point in North West Norfolk. The village dates back to Roman times. It was originally know as Dry Wroxham as until the 1760's, when a well was sunk, it had no water supply of its own. It wasn't until 1936 that the village was eventually connected to the mains water supply. RAF Wroxham was operational between 1940 until 1958 and was home to the Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force sqaudrons.
Property Surveys and Services Carried out by Wroxham Surveyors
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- Building Survey
- HomeBuyers Survey & Valuation
- Property Valuation
- Buildings Insurance Valuation
- Expert Witness Reports
- Onsite Acquisition Report
- Party Wall Work
- Schedule of Condition
- Schedule of Dilapidations
- Boundary Dispute Advice
- Planning Advice