House prices in Norfolk are down this month according to he Rightmove price index but they are still 7.3% up on last year. This makes Norfolk the highest area of increase after central london.
A few days ago a client of mine had their sale fall through. After re marketing for only 3 days we had booked eight viewings and secured 4 offers. Selling the property for more than it was last time… Rightmove tell me that there is not much new property coming to the market. This means that when it does you have to be ready to […]
Busy roads Do busy roads reduce the value of your home? The answer is both yes and no. This might seem like a bit of a cop out however it does depend on where your home is to start with. Many of the large trunk routes into major cities have very expensive properties and are considered as affluent areas… Take Newmarket Road for example, in […]
Where is the next growth area in Norwich/Norfolk. It is my opinion that with the Postwick junction under way and the potential for the NDR (northern distributor route) in the future there is far more price growth to the north and east of Norwich than anywhere else. Currently there is a gap in the NDR when it reaches the western edge of the A47 and […]
Move home with just 5% deposit How help to buy can help you. The help to buy mortgage guarantee scheme can help you move home with as little has 5% deposit. Some key facts on the mortgage guarantee scheme. Available to all buyers first-time buyers and existing home owners. Available on all existing homes and newbuilds. Applies to properties up to the value of £600,000. […]
How have property prices changed over the last 10 years? Well in short they have gone up! Have a look at this chart to get a better understanding on how they have fluctuated. Basically prices have been stuck in a range for a very long time and only in the last few months have they managed to break higher. Click on the picture to see how […]