During the summer months the property market usually slows down, but here we are seeing the opposite, with high enquiry levels! We have noticed a significant increase in the amount of applicants registering and have received multiple offers on many properties across our patch.
There is huge demand for family homes with gardens in Croxley Green. In August we agreed sales on several homes like this within just a week of viewings starting, often after receiving multiple offers. These homes are getting lots of attention online and we are receiving lots of enquiries from motivated buyers. If you live in Croxley Green and are considering a move, now is definitely a good time to get started.
Our New Homes team are delighted to be launching an exclusive development of just 12, two and three bedroom homes in Abbots Langley, available to reserve through Shared Ownership. This development has proved to be extremely popular with 293 enquiries received in August alone. We are launching on Thursday 10th and September 12th and excitingly these launch dates are now fully booked.
Shared ownership makes it easier for buyers to afford their home, as the amount of money required for a deposit is much lower than when you buy a property on the open market. With shared ownership, you pay a mortgage on the share of the property that you own and pay rent for the remaining share. Over time, you can increase your share of the property, a bit at a time, until you own the property outright.
Our Chorleywood team agreed a sale in just four days from the property being listed online to offer accepted. We received multiple offers, with half being above asking price! If you are thinking about selling your home or buying within the Chorleywood area, then contact us on 01923 285886.
We are finding properties listed online with a virtual tour receive more interest than those without. We are now doing these as part of our marketing. Click here to have a look at this wondeful family home on Yorke Road in Croxley Green!
August has flown by and we enjoyed making the most out of the ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ campaign, did you support your local businesses? If not, you can still enjoy eating out, with some places continuing the campaign through September.