According to the Nationwide, the average house price across the UK is up 11% on last year prompted, as we know, by three things: 1) Pent-up demand following three years of Brexit confusion, 2) The SDLT (stamp duty) holiday coupled with ultra-low mortgage rates, and 3) Lifestyle changes prompted by the pandemic. Interestingly, the average percentage increase in the price of houses in England and Wales is nearly four times greater than average increase in the price of flats, as people seek more space to work from home (Source Zoopla).
It is perfectly natural to hold an interest in house prices, and what is happening in the market. If you plan on selling your home soon, or you care about the value of your home, you will want to stay informed of property prices in your area.
At Fraser Reeves, we are pleased to say we can help you remain informed when it comes to Newton-le-Willows property prices. According to Rightmove, as of late August 2021, the Newton-le-Willows housing market can be described as such
Just as the weather forecasters get it wrong (we never know whether it’s going to rain or shine this summer), so the economic forecasters and property analysts get it wrong as well. Who could have foreseen such buoyancy in the market, and, as we approach the end of the summer, with it’s very mixed weather, the property market is anything other than mixed. It continues to race ahead with not a cloud in sight, beyond all expectation and certainly beyond the forecasts of even the most optimistic commentators.
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