Another New Record For Asking Prices Has Been Set

Posted on: 16 April 2022

 

According to a popular property portal, the average UK property price has now exceeded £350,000. Asking prices across the nation saw a hike of £5,760 in March, marking the largest increase at this time of year since 2004. *

Properties with four bedrooms or more, saw the biggest price increase in March, with values soaring by £28,619 (3.8%). In fact, if you’re considering selling your three or four-bedroom home, you could find a buyer within the first two weeks of marketing. *

As a seller, you may be wondering why prices keep rising. It’s simple: demand remains incredibly high. This spring is said to be the best-ever spring to sell your home, and it’s true. The imbalance between supply and demand is the biggest that has ever been measured at this time of year, meaning you’re likely to secure a sale quickly, for an incredible price.

 

Are you ready to secure a sale this spring? We’re ready to help. Book a valuation today.

 

 

*Rightmove

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