Housing Market Report
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HOUSING REPORT: 40 per cent of properties sold more than the original asking price during June, which is a jump from May’s 33 per cent and the highest ever figure recorded.
HOUSING REPORT: One in three properties sold for more than the asking price, which is the highest ever recorded figure in May and a slight increase on the 32 per cent reported in April.
HOUSING REPORT: One in three properties (32 per cent) sold for more than the original asking price—the highest figure on record which massively raises the bar from 19 per cent set in May 2014.
HOUSING REPORT: One in six properties sold for more than the original asking price, which is the highest recorded since May 2014.
HOUSING REPORT: The effect of the property tax holidays sees the housing market continue to flourish with further records and all-time highs.
HOUSING REPORT: We welcome speculation in The Times that the Chancellor may extend the Stamp Duty Holiday in England until the end of June in next week’s budget.
HOUSING REPORT: We've recorded the highest numbers of house hunters and sales agreed per estate agent branch for the month of December.
HOUSING REPORT: Our November report confirms back-to-back record-breaking months as November 2020 becomes the busiest November on record for housing demand and sales.
HOUSING REPORT: October continued to reflect the widespread increased activity in the sector with a record-breaking figure of prospective buyers.
HOUSING REPORT: Our September report shows that an average of 14 sales were agreed per branch; this is the highest figure we've recorded since August 2006.
HOUSING REPORT: Our findings show that 13 per cent of properties sold for more than the original asking price in August, the highest recorded percentage we've recorded since November 2015.
HOUSING REPORT: In July one in ten properties sold for more than the original asking price, a trend that has continued for a second month.