East Cheshire Property Market Update | A Look Back At 2019

First things first, a very happy new year to all of our customers from the team at Jordan & Halstead! 2019 was an exciting and rewarding year for all of us, with plenty of challenges and successes for the whole team.

We can’t wait to see what 2020 brings for our team and customers! With January one of the most exciting times to be involved in the property market, we can’t wait to find out the stats for right now in our next update, but for now, we thought we’d take a look back on the year just passed. With all kinds of changes and fluctuations happening for buyers and sellers throughout the year, whether that’s because of seasonality, current events or changes in legislation, having the right team on your side can make or break your property journey.

The team at Jordan & Halstead are dedicated to giving our clients the best possible advice and guidance, by being clear, honest and transparent in everything we do, and making things clear when it comes to your property journey and what is right for you!

So, for a quick look back at the 2019 property market, and to find out what this means for you in 2020, keep reading!



One of the biggest takeaways from this data is that in Wilmslow and East Cheshire, property values are rising faster than the national average, and by a considerable margin in some areas. This shows that for homeowners in these areas looking to sell, prices are rising, and look to continue to do so, making this a great time to sell your home!

For buyers, it’s worth noting that there are plenty of homes available on the market, making negotiations easier and making it as simple as possible to find your dream home.

To find out how to take your next steps in the property market with a friendly and expert local team, get in touch and see how we can help you in 2020!

Thanks for reading,



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