Sell My House Quickly Walsall

Sell My House Quickly Willenhall

Sell My House Quickly Willenhall

Are you thinking I need to sell my house quickly Willenhall?

Sell My House Quickly Willenhall
Sell My House Quickly Willenhall

I found a really interesting article all about Willenhall, on Birmingham Live. Did you know Willenhall house prices are going crazy?

A town in Walsall is the fastest-moving property market since the coronavirus pandemic hit.

Rightmove found that more than half 55 per cent of all newly-listed properties in Willenhall had already found a buyer between May 13 and July 1.

Property experts say buyers were attracted by an average asking price of £171,506 – around half the average price tag of £337,884 in England.

Gary Williams, partner at Skitts Estate Agents in Willenhall, said: “We’ve had sales going through quickly for all parts of the market over the past few weeks from first-time buyers to bigger family homes, with three and four-bed homes most in demand.

“It helps that it’s an affordable area so people are choosing it as a location where they can buy a bigger place but still be able to commute into Birmingham in under half an hour if they need to.

“There’s definitely a sense from some people that they’ve been thinking about moving for a long while and being in lockdown has given them the motivation to actually make the move now.”

After Willenhall, Runcorn in Cheshire was identified as the next fastest-moving property market, with 54 per cent of homes having been matched with a buyer.

But at the other end of the spectrum, properties in parts of central London have been the slowest to shift since restrictions around property sales were eased.

South Kensington and Paddington, where the average property price tag is £2 million and £1.2 million respectively, homes have been the slowest to shift.

South Kensington is the slowest market, with 4 per cent of new listings selling so far, followed by Paddington with 5 per cent.

Rightmove’s commercial director Miles Shipside said: “Space, gardens, new lifestyles and escaping big cities, that pretty much sums up what we’ve been seeing from buyer demand since the market reopened in England.

“I can’t see there being a mass exodus from the capital but it does look set to be much more challenging for sellers of more expensive properties in zone one and parts of zone two who are looking to sell quickly, as people instead look further out to the end of the Tube line to places like Walthamstow.

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