Home Sellers achieving asking price in just one area
The latest data release from estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk, has revealed that the average home seller achieved 97.9% of asking price last year, with just one area of the market seeing buyers pay above and beyond the original listing price.
GetAgent pulls data from all of the major property listing portals which are...
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Prime London property prices up by as much as 114% as high-end homebuyers return to the capital
Research by debt advisory specialists, Henry Dannell , has revealed that while prime London property prices have remained largely flat on a year on year basis, life is starting to return to the capital’s top tier, with some postcodes seeing average sale prices climb by as much as 114%. However, not...
25 years of stamp duty - homebuyers see 490% tax cost increase
The latest property market analysis by London lettings and estate agent, Benham and Reeves , has revealed that in the last 25 years, the cost of stamp duty has increased by 490% for the average homebuyer.
Now that the stamp duty holiday is done and dusted, the average homebuyer in England will once again pay the...
Managing Director of Barrows and Forrester , James Forrester, commented:
“It’s to be expected that the astronomic rates of house price growth seen since the introduction of the stamp duty holiday will now start to subside as we approach the final deadline. But don’t be fooled into thinking the market will now deflate like a cheap birthday balloon.
The inner London property market is down, but certainly not out, according to the latest research from London lettings and estate agent, Benham and Reeves .
Benham and Reeves analysed all residential property transactions to have taken place since we entered the first lockdown (23.03.2020) and how the capital is performing when split between inner and outer London.