The interesting times in which we live continue; political uncertainty, continued ultra-low interest rates and the creeping rise of inflation are all having an impact on local property prices. Focussing on Witney and Carterton and specifically looking at houses (excluding new builds) sold over the last 5 years, it’s interesting to note that there has been a see-saw effect: Continue reading What next for West Oxfordshire property values?
Are there fundamental differences in the Witney vs Carterton property markets? Let’s take a look. Both situated in rural West Oxfordshire and just under 6 miles apart you’d think they’d be very similar. Start scratching beneath the surface and some key differences start to appear: Continue reading A Tale of 2 Towns – an in-depth look at the West-Oxfordshire Property Market
The OBR (Office for Budget Responsibility) predict that house prices will increase by 3.4% during 2017. This would make the average home across England and Wales £236,890 by the end of the year, a rise in value of £7,789. Continue reading House prices are set to grow by 3.4% in 2017
Over the last five years, house prices in Witney have grown 37%!
Click here to see MORE of the latest trends in the UK housing market, with a detailed focus on Witney.
I recently wrote about the benefits of living and working in West Oxfordshire and, in particular, Witney. I thought it would be worth reflecting on how the property market has performed and look in detail at the Witney market. Over the last 10+ years, it’s unsurprising that the South-East has been the best performing region excluding London: Continue reading Looking back – Witney property prices have performed well above average in recent times
For the full report on market trends, average values in Witney over the last 12 months and what the sales market has been up to most recently, click here.
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I saw an article recently highlighting the most active housing markets in the UK and this made me wonder how Oxfordshire and the surrounding areas compared.
For a free copy of the very latest sales and lettings report, please click the link at the bottom of this post. The national report covers:
- Overview of sales and lettings markets
- Latest statistics on rent values and tenant demographics
- Landlord sentiment post-Brexit and Stamp Duty reform
We hope you’ll find this to be an interesting and informative read. Don’t forget our latest Cotswold report is packed with local information to help you navigate the property maze.
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Managing Director – Martin & Co Witney and Cirencester
The historic Witney Blanket Hall was a stunning backdrop for the second Witney Property Seminar hosted by a range of locally based, professional businesses with experts in law, mortgages, tax, insurance and property. Continue reading Local Perspective on the Property Market
See below how average Witney property prices compare to the South East average. If you would like to see many more interesting stats about Witney property as well as nationally, click here.
The latest of which is the lowering of the interest rates in August by the Bank of England. Whilst the impact will only be felt by savers or those lucky minority with a tracker mortgage without a collar, the big question is likely to be the effect on house prices:
See below for Witney round up over the last 12 months. Click here for MORE interesting updates on the Witney market.
Fly to Marseille for £2.99 – I suspect that I’m not the only person that has been suckered into a slick, headline deal offering something that rarely reflects reality. The trusted service industry works largely on a model whereby a customer pays for a service once it has been delivered. Many of the new online agents take lump payment upfront in return for offering a ‘saving’, but does this really represent value for money? Continue reading Pay Upfront, Pay Twice – Online Agency
Click here for some interesting and insightful articles from local businesses including tax tips and what to look out for when renting out property, latest stats on house price and rental increases – how these have changed over the last few years and much more!