PEOPLE living in the south of England and greater London areas could consider moving to the north or the Midlands, where they will get far larger homes for the same price, one expert has suggested.
This may well become the trend, said Richard Horner, northern south sector regional executive for the National Association of Estate Agents. His comments follow the publication of a report revealing that all of the top ten most expensive places to live in the UK are in London and its surrounding areas.
Adam McHenry, sales manager at Cadman Homes of Church Street Rugby, agrees.
“With the M6 and M1 close by, and good local schooling, we are experiencing very strong demand for modern houses at both Coton Meadows and Cawston,” he said.
“This has been bolstered by people relocating from the south.”
Because of this, the Rugby based estate agent is appealing for more properties to sell in the Coton Meadows and Cawston areas.
“Hillmorton is also attracting lots of interest, especially from people looking to get children into the local schools,” said Adam.
“We are appealing for potential sellers to take advantage of the current market conditions before the annual winter slowdown. It may seem like a long way away, but I would always encourage people to make hay while the sun shines, or in this case sell their house before the cold months set in - especially as there is a good supply of buyers out there currently” Adam explains.
Cadman Homes will sell your house for 1 per cent plus VAT sole agency offering 24-hour service, accompanied viewings seven days a week and open eight until late, as well as glossy brochures with 3D floor plans.
For more information telephone Cadman Homes on (01788) 560905, email email@example.com or visit into the office at 35 Church Street, Rugby, next to the Gas Street car park.