Flintshire Property Market Update | September 2019

Staying up to date on property markets is vital to making the best decisions when it comes to buying, selling, letting or renting your home. Even in more rural areas where the market is smaller or slower than metropolitan areas, knowing what’s going on in your are can be the difference between a quick, profitable sale and a long-drawn out process with no end in sight.

At William Gleave Estate Agents, we are passionate about helping our customers make the right choices when it comes to their property, which is why I’m putting together Monthly Market Updates to show the customers at our William Gleave office exactly how to get the most out of their home.

To find out more about the market in Flintshire and North Wales, keep on reading.

Flintshire Property Market Update

As we can see, the number of instructions made in August 2019 compared to the same period last year has decreased slightly, and there have been 1700 instructions over the course of the year.

The number of sales agreed has also slightly decreased since this period last year, with 1205 sales agreed year to date.

There average value of homes in Flintshire is £184,762, which is down 4.54% from the same period last year.

All these figures tell us that this is a good time to buy a new property or increase a rental portfolio.

To find out more about how to make the most out of your local property market, contact the team at William Gleave, a part of JH National today.

Thanks for reading,

Jordan

 

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