The average asking price in the UK hit an all-time high of £327,797 after a whopping 2.1 percent leap in just a month. The new figure surpasses the previous record by over £4,000 which was in October 2020. However, buyer demand is
London is a great place to live with plenty of transport links, parks and things to do. However, the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown have led to a mass exodus from cities like London with many Britons deciding to find cheaper properties elsewhere.
The property market has experienced a boom in recent months as more people decide to up sticks and move elsewhere. The coronavirus pandemic has also changed what buyers desire from their home. More space, a home office and a garden are all
RIGHTMOVE has named five “coastal hotspots” for buyers looking for a home by the sea this summer. Would you move to any of these seaside locations?
Spring has officially sprung which means Britons are rushing to get their gardens ready for guests. If you’re looking to put your house on the market, tidying up your garden is also a great way to attract buyers. While changing up your
Last month, Rightmove, the UK’s largest property portal, experienced it’s busiest month ever. With house prices remaining buoyant, and property sales on the up, it can be difficult to make your home stand out among the rest. If the stamp duty holiday
Another popular spot is the village of Polperro, near Looe in southeastern Cornwall. The large village with a population of around 1,500 has seen a 203 percent increase in searches. Emma Ward, Director at Goundrys Estate Agents in Cornwall said it’s been
The market town has a population of just under 5,000 inhabitants and has seen the number of sales agreed in the past year increase by 122 percent. According to Rightmove, asking prices have also risen by seven percent over the past year