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East Midlands estate agents weigh up the regions' house price rises

How are houses for sale in Nottinghamshire and houses for sale in Northamptonshire selling' Very well, according to the latest house price index from Nationwide. The building society has released housing data for the second quarter of 2014 and its analytics reveal continued growth in houses prices. While the national press have busied themselves with the top-line figures, Winkworth staff across the east Midlands offices flicked to the later pages of the report where the regional indexes are found. The east Midlands has a section all of its own in the report, illustrating how house prices have fared in the region during the last 10 years. Houses for sale in Nottinghamshire have show good levels of price appreciation and their values have risen 13% in the last decade, with 6% of that elevation occurring during the months of April, May and June this year. It's a similar picture over in Northamptonshire, where house values have risen 11% in the last 10 years, with a 10% uplift coming in the last three months alone. It's positive that the property market in the east Midlands is moving in an upwards trend. We all know the market is susceptible to peaks and troughs but the measured house prices rises in Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire are good for homeowners who may have put their moving plans on hold due to a suppressed market. Houses for sale in Newark, Northampton and Grantham are quick to go under offer and we feel some of the house price growth is due to competition from an increased swell of buyers looking to settle in the east Midlands. While there have been some meteoric house prices rises in London and the South East, the more sustained growth in the east Midlands represents a natural readjustment of values rather than a 'boom and bust' cycle. We're pleased that the market is finding equilibrium - the house price rises are relative and are not astronomical enough to out price first-time buyers. As established east Midlands estate agents we have seen a number of market conditions come and go but our meticulous analytics when combined with leading house price indexes paint an encouraging picture for those interested in houses for sale in Northampton, Nottinghamshire and across the east Midlands. For up-to-the-minute information about your local east Midlands property market and details of houses for sale in Nottingham, Newark, Northampton and elsewhere in the region, contact Winkworth estate agents today.

How are houses for sale in Nottinghamshire and houses for sale in Northamptonshire selling' Very well, according to the latest house price index from Nationwide. The building society has released housing data for the second quarter of 2014 and its analytics reveal continued growth in houses prices. While the national press have busied themselves with the top-line figures, Winkworth staff across the east Midlands offices flicked to the later pages of the report where the regional indexes are found.

The east Midlands has a section all of its own in the report, illustrating how house prices have fared in the region during the last 10 years. Houses for sale in Nottinghamshire have show good levels of price appreciation and their values have risen 13% in the last decade, with 6% of that elevation occurring during the months of April, May and June this year. It's a similar picture over in Northamptonshire, where house values have risen 11% in the last 10 years, with a 10% uplift coming in the last three months alone.

It's positive that the property market in the east Midlands is moving in an upwards trend. We all know the market is susceptible to peaks and troughs but the measured house prices rises in Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire are good for homeowners who may have put their moving plans on hold due to a suppressed market. Houses for sale in Newark, Northampton and Grantham are quick to go under offer and we feel some of the house price growth is due to competition from an increased swell of buyers looking to settle in the east Midlands.

While there have been some meteoric house prices rises in London and the South East, the more sustained growth in the east Midlands represents a natural readjustment of values rather than a 'boom and bust' cycle. We're pleased that the market is finding equilibrium - the house price rises are relative and are not astronomical enough to out price first-time buyers. As established east Midlands estate agents we have seen a number of market conditions come and go but our meticulous analytics when combined with leading house price indexes paint an encouraging picture for those interested in houses for sale in Northampton, Nottinghamshire and across the east Midlands.

For up-to-the-minute information about your local east Midlands property market and details of houses for sale in Nottingham, Newark, Northampton and elsewhere in the region, contact Winkworth estate agents today.

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