Recent data released by Zoopla has shown that 2020 has started in supreme fashion for the property market; with buyer demand up 26% when compared to the same period in 2018 and 2019. With such an influx of buyers, those thinking of selling their property have timed it well.
Rightmove has reported property price increases from December 19 to January 20 of 2.3%; representing the largest-ever increase in prices over a 4-week period since it began its asking price index almost two decades ago. With the property market starting the year in such good health, 2020 is poised to be a strong year all round for housing.
We are delighted to announce this brilliant new development, Albert Place, Maple. 20 impressive two bedroom, two bathrooms apartments, with four garden apartments. Call the team on 0161 427 0755 or pop in to the office for a chat.
Fresh air, green trees, and birds singing…sounds like a simple yet picturesque dream, doesn’t it? Or everyday if you’re lucky enough to live in Marple!! Climate change and our environment have been hot topics for discussion across the planet for a while now, with a rise in awareness in part due to global activist efforts. But has that truly had an effect on how we live our lives in Britain?
A sneak peak of a new rental property that has hit the market today with ourselves. Located on Churchill Crescent, Marple is this three bedroom semi-detached property on the market for £895 pcm. Please watch my video below for more info.
Now that 2019 is over, it is time to look to the year ahead and what is expected to be a strong year for property. Now that there is a majority government and uncertainty around Brexit seems to be assuaged, the outlook for 2020 is strong – read on to see what’s in store.
We’re moving into a new decade, and so the last thing that you want is for your home to look dated. Throughout 2019 we have seen some extreme trends in interior design; from the embracing of industrial elements to the resurgence of entirely neutral spaces. We have taken a look at what to expect this year and how to get ahead with your design aesthetic, whatever your budget.