Properties are being snapped up 42% faster compared to five years ago
The average time it takes a new property listing to find a buyer has fallen by 42% since 2016, according to some new research. But conveyancing is taking longer than ever.
A sharp rise in 2020 means that Britain is now home to 53% more seven-figure properties compared to a decade ago - but 7% fewer than in 2015.
The Queen was crowned on 6th February 1952, when an average home cost just under £2,000. This is the equivalent of £56,000 in today’s money, and amounts to house price growth averaging 2.2%
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'It’s likely to be another muted, and in parts challenging, year for some buyers and sellers in 2024,' warns Rightmove, as the property portal identifies five trends to watch in the coming year.