Since the 1970s, housing starts and completions across England and Wales have largely been on a downward trajectory.
The long-run average (over the last 50 years) for starts and completions has been around 190,000 per annum but after the global financial crisis lows of 93,000 (starts) per annum and 113,000 per annum (completions) had been reached.
Continue reading Are We Building Enough New Homes?
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.
Continue reading Just how active is the Witney property market?
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.
A recent news article from the BBC highlighted the issues surrounding housing affordability around the country. We’ve extracted the local information to build a local picture for ease of reference. Experts recommend spending no more than 30% of your salary on housing which is where the ‘affordability’ figure comes from: