Flintshire Property Market Update | November 2019
The team at William Gleave have been offering our estate agency service to the Flintshire market for many years, and have seen the property market in all of its different forms, both good and bad. We have been able to offer our customers honest, expert and local advice no matter what the market conditions are like, to help them make the decisions that matter to them.
Within these market reports, we collect data from Rightmove and Zoopla to ensure we’re giving you the most accurate, up-to-date information possible. When it comes to your next big property move, we’ll give you expert and impartial advice that helps you to see the big picture, understand your options and make the right decisions for you. So, to find out more about what the Flintshire property market has in store, and how the team at William Gleave can help you navigate it, read on.
In October, we saw a sharp decrease of almost 30% in the number of new instructions made, compared to the same period last year. This means that there are fewer people looking to sell their home. This is often the case around this time of year, as people often don’t want to sell just before winter and the festive season, though there are many reasons people might not want to sell, including political uncertainty or changes in the local area.
However, the number of sales agreed was consistent with the same period last year, which tells us that this is an excellent time to sell. With less competition for vendors, but the same number of potential buyers in the market, you can get the best possible price for your property, in a quick and efficient sales process.
Even more good news for sellers, property values in the Flintshire market have gone up 3.77% in the last 12 months to £193,227, meaning you can get the best price and yield for your home.
To find out more about your property, the Flintshire market or how we can help you get the most from your property, contact William Gleave today.
Thanks for reading,
The team at William Gleave.