Statistics from the Land Registry are beginning to indicate that nationally house prices may be stabilising after an acute period of growth. The data from March 2014 shows that average prices were 5.6% above prices in March 2013, showing healthy year-on-year growth.
Throughout our branch network we are feeling the pressure of demand from people moving locally as well as those relocating from London and other areas; this is compounded by a high level of first time buyers entering the market too as interest rates remain low and Help to Buy plays its part.
Activity has been trickling up the housing ladder, after initiatives to get it going from the ground up, so there has been more movement in the mid sector of the housing market, and some new homes built, but not enough to fully alleviate the squeeze on supply so pressure remains on values to increase.
If you would like to speak to your local property expert about the property market and property values in your area, as each area has its own nuances and characteristics, we would be more than happy to advise you of market conditions or of the value of your property.
Fleet Office – covering Fleet (including Pondtail and the Blue Triangle), Church Crookham, Elvetham Heath and surrounding villages such as Crookham Village, Ewshott, and Crondall
Farnborough Office – covering Farnborough (including Empress Park and Farnborough Park), Cove, Southwood, Minley, Hawley and North Camp
Ash Vale Office – covering Ash Vale, Ash, Ash Green, Mytchett, Normandy, Flexford, Aldershot and Pirbright
Hook Office – covering Hook and surrounding area including Newnham, Old Basing, Chineham, South Warnborough, Odiham and Rotherwick
Hartley Wintney Office – covering Hartley Wintney and surrounding villages includingWinchfield, Hartley Wespall, Eversley, Heckfield, North Warnborough, Natley Scures and Bramshill