House prices are set to grow by as much as 3% for the rest of this year, driven by a sales-tax break and resurgent demand following the lockdown.
Author: Clare Phillips
We have been so busy since returning to work only a few weeks ago, suspecting that the busy housing market would make it a seller’s market. Our prediction has panned out to be correct.
As the market stalled with lockdown, the pent-up demand for property built up over the weeks and so our phones have rung off the hook as we respond to enquiries to buy and sell property.
The housing market in Leicester has been nothing to sneeze about over the last 18 months as house prices have been buoyant, making our county one of the top performing
Your home will not magically appear on the market on the first weekend of March. Get the most from your house sale in Leicester by making sure you are ready.
The price of the average home has risen by £800 in the last year, according to the Nationwide, marking a slower period of growth for the UK housing market. But…