East Cheshire Property Market Update | February 2020

At Jordan & Halstead, we know how confusing the property market can be, which is why we make it our mission to offer transparent advice to our customers that makes sense and helps them make the right decisions when it comes to their property.

Whether you’re buying, selling, letting or renting, staying on top of the property market you’re in is vital to making the right decisions. Fortunately, at Jordan & Halstead we make it easy to keep up-to-date on the property market in East Cheshire – keep reading for your monthly market update:

East Cheshire Infographic 2020

As we can see here, home values across East Cheshire are some of the highest in the country, especially in the North West. Average values in Bramhall hit a massive £900,000 this month.

High-value homes (over £600,001) are far more common both as new instructions and sales agreed than in other areas.

Generally, homes in this area sell relatively quickly, with an average of 191 days on the market. At Jorda & Halstead, we are proud to show that the average time on market for homes we sell is less than half of this, at only 87 days.

To see more insights from your local property market or arrange a chat with our experienced team, get in touch with the team at Jordan & Halstead’s Wilmslow office today!


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