It won’t come as a surprise that the recent referendum decision ground the Norwich housing market to a standstill. BUT… Three weeks on it is a completely different scenario. We are experiencing a far higher level of valuation requests and we are seeing significantly more property coming onto the Norwich property market.
A video lesson in the theory of viewings
This is the first year Norwich’s “Golden Triangle” hasn’t made the cut – not because it’s got any less desirable, but because, frankly, we wanted a change (and we figured you’d probably got the message).
When people decide to move, one of the most important factors can be schools.
Regularly I see buyers who specifically want to have their children enrolled in a particular school or college, which means that they need to be located in a particular catchment area.
I’ve just seen my first snow drops for 2016… That means that spring is on the way!
It’s the time of year that people associate with selling and we usually do see a bump up in the number of properties coming to market.
It is more often these days that I meet clients who have short leases on apartments that they have purchased in the past or potentially inherited.
Most banks and building societies are cautious of short leases. A short lease would generally be considered anything less than around 70 years remaining.