National figures from HMRC show that property sales in the UK rose across the UK by 14% during 2014*, but how does that compare to the picture locally?
Farnborough Area Focus
“Farnborough’s property market has changed over the last year, transaction levels increasing far beyond the national figure. I’d put this down to continued high demand for accommodation in Farnborough from both local people staying in the area and people being drawn in by the growing business and ‘Blue Chip’ presence, the town’s regeneration and more movers being priced out of London areas and appreciating the ease of commute into The City from Farnborough.”
Steve Panther, Assistant Branch Manager Farnborough firstname.lastname@example.org
Farnborough (GU14) area has also enjoyed incredibly strong growth in value across all property types** as the area continues to evolve as a business hub, regenerated community and commuter town:
- Detached houses up 17% in value
- Semi detached homes up 15% in value
- Terraced property up 18% in value
- Apartments and Maisonettes up 18% in value
Hartley Wintney Area Focus
“With some properties receiving multiple offers the key to generating activity has been ensuring that asking prices are both attractive and realistic.
“One client asked me today when I expect the market to pick up, to which my answer was, ‘It started on the day we came back after the New Year and it has got busier and busier!”
Stephen Tetlow, Sales Director, Hartley Wintney email@example.com
Constant demand for property in a place there is limited supply such as Hartley Wintney means we have a good database of waiting buyers, if you are looking to buy or sell property in and around Hartley Wintney, or are just looking for a freshProperty Valuation please contact the team at Hartley Wintney on 01252 844015 or firstname.lastname@example.org
* http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-31017018 **Land Registry Data Q3 2013 vs Q3 2014