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Moving to Cardiff? Save on Your Conveyancing Costs

Making the move to the Welsh Capital city is an amazing opportunity and there is so much you can discover in Cardiff. While you focus on getting to know your new favourite place, we could be busy completing all the legalities to get you moved into your new home. Thew convenience of online conveyancing is that we work to get your move completed quickly and at a time that suits you.

Once the process has been started you will be contacted by one of our hand-picked, experienced conveyancing solicitors. They will get to know you and when it is convenient to contact you for updates and any additional information that is required. This gives you time to carry on with your busy life and to get to know your new favourite place.

Cardiff is an extremely popular city and the 11th biggest within the UK. There are many reasons the city is such a buzz as there truly is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to shop ‘till you drop, try some new restaurants or have some adventures – most of this can be found within the city centre.

Finding your dream home couldn’t be easier here. There are such a variety of house types and areas to suit all desires and needs. Whether you want to look over Cardiff Bay from a modern high-rise flat or feel like you are part of a cosy suburb, there is plenty of choice.

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See the sights:

National Museum Cardiff is a great place to start to learn about natural history and appreciate 500 years of art.

Cardiff Castle has 2000 years of history and provides historical attractions and events to keep you educated and entertained all year long.

Sports and leisure:

The Principality Stadium is the national stadium for Wales and home of the Wales national Rugby union team.

Cardiff City Stadium is the home of Cardiff City football club and the Wales national football team.


Wales Millennium Centre is the host of theatre, dance and music productions of all calibres

Motorpoint Arena Cardiff have seen names such as Mariah Carey, Green Day, Blink 182. Keep an eye on the box office for a great evening out.

Pontcanna and Canton

Just 2 miles outside of the city centre, this area allows for close access whilst having access to larger houses, wide tree-lined roads and a collection of great cafes and bars as well as large amounts of gorgeous green space at Bute Park. From the park there are riverside walks and spectacular views of Cardiff castle to enjoy either on some daily exercise or a walk to work. The area is great for young professionals and families that want to be close to the city with some room to breathe.


This area is known for it period architecture with a range of Edwardian and Victorian style homes. The area is also close by to lots of green space including Roath Park Lake giving plenty of opportunity for outdoor walks. The area is great for children and young families with plenty of great schools and a strong sense of community. Another feature of the area is a lovely selection of local restaurants and cafes to enjoy.


Located slightly further outside of the City Centre with a 10-minute drive to the Northeast, Cyncoed is one of Cardiff’s more affluent area with higher house prices and a stunning area to explore. Close by is Roath Park, providing some beautiful green space and views of the nearby mountains. There are also local schools in the catchment area making it a great place for families. To top it all off there is a choice of places to eat and drink, each varying in their selection of food and themes, making it a location you never get bored of living in.

The M4 connects most of South Wales including Swansea, Cardiff and Newport and takes you out of Wales via the Prince of Wales bridge. From here the M4 continues to London or there are links to the M5 to access the Midlands and the South West.

There are great rail links allowing you to access most of the UK from Cardiff train station. Providers include Transport for Wales and National Rail.

Cardiff airport is situated 11.8 miles from the City Centre and takes roughly half an hour to travel that distance by car.

Internal transport within Cardiff is provided by Cardiff Bus, the nextbike’s rent a bike service, Taxi services, as well as Uber.

University Hospital Wales. The Gateway, Cardiff CF14 4XW

St Davids Hospital, Cowbridge Road East, Canton, Cardiff CF11 9XB

Cardiff Royal Infirmary, Longcross Street, Cardiff CF24 0SZ

Why Cardiff is an amazing location to live and work.

Cardiff has one of the lowest costs of living in the entire UK. It is 38% cheaper to live in Cardiff than London and this is reflected in all aspects of life, not just housing costs. Not only will you find a cheaper home and lower council tax costs but general expenses and luxuries such as alcohol are also much less costly in Wales’ capital city when compared to England’s.

Cardiff has a fairly low population for a capital city with around 447,000 residents. However, this allows for a spacious and relaxed atmosphere with plenty of natural areas providing outdoor spaces that aren’t built up with roads and buildings. There is more green space per person than in any other city within the UK.

Another of the city’s great benefits is its reputation as a shopping destination. This reputation was built on the availability of high street names, designer stores, quaint arcades and independent retailers and boutiques. Along with all of that, there are plenty of places to eat and drink meaning you’ll be spoilt for choice but will never go hungry.

There is so much to see and do in Cardiff and we have only briefly scratched the surface. Now you’re excited to get here, why don’t we get the process started and get moving sorted.

Overall: 35% Better than 35% of areas in England

Income Deprivation: 29% Better than 29% of areas in England

Employment: 32% Better than 32% of are. in Eng..

Health:31% Better than 31 56 of areas in England

Education: 51% Better than 51 56 Of are. in England

Barriers to Services: 74% Better than 74% of areas in England

Living Environment: 18% Better than 18% of areas in England

Crime: 35% Better than 3s% of areas in England

Full details of the Index of Deprivation are available from the UK Govemment Website English indices of deprivation 2015.

St David's Dewi Sant, Cardiff CF10 2EF

Average House Prices in Cardiff

We have found 371 property sales in Cardiff since the beginning of 1995.

Our data comes directly from the Land Registry, and is updated monthly. It does not include commercial sales, or sales of land without property

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