Monday, March 18, 2013

Asking prices up by 1.7% in March

Rightmove: "Spring bounce" puts house prices at 5-yr March high

A new survey of the UK property market shows that sellers are increasingly able to enter the market with confidence as a “spring bounce” in the market pushes asking prices up to the highest level ever recorded in the month of March.

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6 thoughts on “Asking prices up by 1.7% in March

  • Didn’t say please. Want doesn’t get.

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  • happy mondays says:

    Yes & i’m sure every potential house buyer will be rushing out to pay these asking prices! LOl stop it now ben my sides are splitting..

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  • It’s all in the Seasons, and has nothing to do with affordability.

    House prices rose 300% over a decade, wages didn’t.

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  • richy richless says:

    Asking prices mean nothing, just a reflection of either a) the leveraged position of the seller or b) greed and avarice…or c) both.

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  • There is a 500 sq ft one-bed flat near me with an asking price of 400k. The garden is tiny and gets no light. A 2-bed with a garden and 700 sq ft would struggle to go for that much. Nearby 3-beds start at 450.

    I’d be amazed if they get a viewing. The flat is pretty much identical to my own which is probably worth around 300k.

    The sport of kite-flying is alive and well.

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  • There is a 500 sq ft one-bed flat near me with an asking price of 400k. The garden is tiny and gets no light. A 2-bed with a garden and 700 sq ft would struggle to go for that much. Nearby 3-beds start at 450.

    I’d be amazed if they get a viewing. The flat is pretty much identical to my own which is probably worth around 300k.

    The sport of kite-flying is alive and well.

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