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Seem to be selling here again. I know two houses that accepted offers within 1 week!!

Lots of new houses have been built over the past three years, most are sold.

There was a dip 8-12 months ago, but things have picked up again.

Newbury is one of the lowest unemployment towns in the country, something like 556 people out of work!! Lots of jobs advertised, and people commute to London and M4 silicon valley too. This keeps housing market bouyant.

House are expensive, but as there are loads of jobs, people will pay.

Also, lots of apartment complexes have gone up everywhere, and these are all occupied. Neither many for sale or sold boards outside them. Car park spaces full.

Don't move here thougt, we have enough residents already, too much infill to accomodate everyone who wants to move here, is piXXing off the locals, the gardens are all being built in. It will soon be a sprawling estate rather than garden suburbs. NIMBY.


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