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Property for sale in Nottinghamshire: what's it worth?

As Nottinghamshire estate agents, we're keen to read everything about the county's property market and the latest piece of research to hit our inbox was a report on the performance of city house prices during 2014. A quick scan of Hometrack's first ever UK cities house price index revealed that Nottingham did, indeed, appear in the top 20 urban areas, coming in at number 12. The last 12 months has seen house prices in Nottingham grow by £9,100, which was more than Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool. However, Nottingham prices were behind the UK average annual city growth, which Hometrack reports was £15,100 during 2014. On a county-wide level, Nottinghamshire has been immune to the rapid rises than have been seen in the south east of the UK, with property values staying at a similar rate to those in 2013 and even as far back as 2007. Property for sale in Nottinghamshire, on average, sold for £151,660 in the last 12 month, according to figures from property search portal Rightmove. Broken down by house type, the average detached home in Nottinghamshire sold for £224,061; the average semi-detached house for £128,738 and the average terrace for £104,793. Winkworth, together with other Nottinghamshire estate agents, does handle the sale of properties that fall outside of these prices - after all, they are 'averages' and the reports that hit the headlines are normally compiled by experts who take a broad overview of property data. Winkworth is an established Nottinghamshire estate agent who is trusted to sell some of the county's most prestigious housing stock, with some houses for sale in Nottinghamshire regularly changing hands for upwards of £400,000. Areas such as Balderton, Barnby in the Willows, Long Benington, Farndon and Norwell are home to some beautiful dwellings that are often accompanied by land or outbuildings. The county is also home to some fine period properties that command a premium, as they are always high on the wish list of discerning buyers. So what does 2015 hold for the Nottinghamshire property market' Winkworth feels it will be much more of the same, with modest price rises and good mortgage affordability. We continue to value property on a house-by-house basis, taking into account county nuances, unique property features and local markets - which can differ from village-to-village, postcode-to-postcode and even street-to-street. If you are looking for a property for sale and would like local market advice, or if you have a home to sell in the county, contact Winkworth Nottinghamshire estate agents today.  

As Nottinghamshire estate agents, we're keen to read everything about the county's property market and the latest piece of research to hit our inbox was a report on the performance of city house prices during 2014. A quick scan of Hometrack's first ever UK cities house price index revealed that Nottingham did, indeed, appear in the top 20 urban areas, coming in at number 12. The last 12 months has seen house prices in Nottingham grow by £9,100, which was more than Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool. However, Nottingham prices were behind the UK average annual city growth, which Hometrack reports was £15,100 during 2014.

On a county-wide level, Nottinghamshire has been immune to the rapid rises than have been seen in the south east of the UK, with property values staying at a similar rate to those in 2013 and even as far back as 2007. Property for sale in Nottinghamshire, on average, sold for £151,660 in the last 12 month, according to figures from property search portal Rightmove. Broken down by house type, the average detached home in Nottinghamshire sold for £224,061; the average semi-detached house for £128,738 and the average terrace for £104,793.

Winkworth, together with other Nottinghamshire estate agents, does handle the sale of properties that fall outside of these prices - after all, they are 'averages' and the reports that hit the headlines are normally compiled by experts who take a broad overview of property data. Winkworth is an established Nottinghamshire estate agent who is trusted to sell some of the county's most prestigious housing stock, with some houses for sale in Nottinghamshire regularly changing hands for upwards of £400,000. Areas such as Balderton, Barnby in the Willows, Long Benington, Farndon and Norwell are home to some beautiful dwellings that are often accompanied by land or outbuildings. The county is also home to some fine period properties that command a premium, as they are always high on the wish list of discerning buyers.

So what does 2015 hold for the Nottinghamshire property market' Winkworth feels it will be much more of the same, with modest price rises and good mortgage affordability. We continue to value property on a house-by-house basis, taking into account county nuances, unique property features and local markets - which can differ from village-to-village, postcode-to-postcode and even street-to-street.

If you are looking for a property for sale and would like local market advice, or if you have a home to sell in the county, contact Winkworth Nottinghamshire estate agents today.

 

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