In this month's edition, we explore why 3-bedroom properties are now in high demand. We're pleased to say new build homes are at a 21-year high, with over 49,470 new build properties, completed in the first three months of 2021.
We take a look at the lettings market boom and what this means for landlords, before exploring why market activity peaks in August.
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Property experts from Rightmove are urging homeowners to sell their three-bedroom homes, as high demand leads to an average selling time of just 45 days.
So, why is the housing market so hot right now?
Over 49,470 new build properties were completed in the first three months of 2021 – the highest figure recorded in 21 years. Why are so many new homes being built?
The lettings market has had a record strong month, with reports of a decrease to the length of average void periods in most regions, as well as rising rents seen across the country.
For the past 12 years, reports show that August has been one of the most popular months for home moving.
Whilst typically homeowners would expect to fare best by listing earlier in the season, the same won't be said for 2021.
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