The Norfolk property market has been relatively resilient in recent years, with house prices continuing to rise despite the economic challenges posed by Brexit, the coronavirus pandemic, and the ongoing cost of living crisis. However, the rising interest rates of the past few months are starting to have an impact on the market.
The weather is definitely turning more autumnal and i’ve heard several comments from people about putting their central heating on already!
This is obviously going to be something people are very mindful of this year, with energy prices going up but there are some other impacting factors which have happened in the last few days which I will tell you about as well.
The summer months are undoubtedly the best time of year to sell, with the birds singing and the trees in full leaf, gardens packed with colourful flowers and things looking their absolute best, always generates a recipe for positive attitudes and making big decisions… like moving!