As a new decade begins it’s an ideal time to look back on the housing market over the past ten years. In England and Wales, the average price of a property has risen from £171,858 in 2010 to £244,258. Across the South East, South West and London, average property prices have increased even more, by over £100,000.
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What does future of the property market look like?
It’s predicted that the average price of a property will rise by 1.5% over 2020 and 15.9%, cumulatively, over the next five years which is an increase in purchase price of just over £37,000.
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Thinking about selling this year?
We’ve put all our years of experience to paper with our handy guides to help remove the uncertainty around the process of selling your property.
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Has your property increased in price?
Over the last decade, property prices increased by on average £72,000. Want to know if your property has increased in price? Book online for an in depth, detailed valuation.
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Do you know how big your home is?
Despite many not knowing the size of their home it is an important factor when choosing a home. In fact, it’s so important that one third consider property size more important than location when choosing their home.
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