What is going on right now in the Havant property market?

What is going on right now in the Havant property market?

Here in our Havant office, we're not sure if we can remember another time when there were so many opportunities out there in our property market. The last 12 months have been one heck of a time working hard with sellers to put a smile on their face, and we've done this by continuously keeping on top of all the latest movements in the market.

A key part of our approach is how we complement our unrivalled knowledge of local opportunities with a firm grasp of market movements. We do this by regularly looking at the various property-related statistics that are available to us. The most important source is the Land Registry, which records all home sales and tells us what's happening to sales rates and price levels.

The chart above illustrates a very good reason to be happy. Long-term house price growth in the area has been strong, with the average annual rate of growth since 2000 sitting at an admirable 11.1 per cent. The broad base of the market and the solid fundamentals underpinning it mean we expect this to continue in the medium and long term.

Another reason to be happy is the abundance of liquidity in the market. In layman’s terms, this means that lots of people are buying and selling and the market isn’t in danger of stagnation. In the second quarter of 2017 (the latest full quarter for which data is available), there were 200 sales. This is 47.1 per cent higher than the same quarter just seven years ago.

With demand for homes increasing, vendors are in a healthy position where they can realistically hope to achieve the asking price, or higher, for their property when optimally priced by a true market expert. When you compare lack of availability to high demand, it seems even more plausible that you will be happy with the final sale price.

On the whole, the thing we're noticing most is how much sanity there is in the market at the moment. Because mortgage lending is a lot more sensible since the credit crunch, price froth hasn't built up, which is good news because it lessens the chance of a crash. We've got so much more to say, so why don’t you pop into our office for more info?

Here in our Havant office, we're not sure if we can remember another time when there were so many opportunities out there in our property market. The last 12 months have been one heck of a time working hard with sellers to put a smile on their face, and we've done this by continuously keeping on top of all the latest movements in the market.

A key part of our approach is how we complement our unrivalled knowledge of local opportunities with a firm grasp of market movements. We do this by regularly looking at the various property-related statistics that are available to us. The most important source is the Land Registry, which records all home sales and tells us what's happening to sales rates and price levels.

The chart above illustrates a very good reason to be happy. Long-term house price growth in the area has been strong, with the average annual rate of growth since 2000 sitting at an admirable 11.1 per cent. The broad base of the market and the solid fundamentals underpinning it mean we expect this to continue in the medium and long term.

Another reason to be happy is the abundance of liquidity in the market. In layman’s terms, this means that lots of people are buying and selling and the market isn’t in danger of stagnation. In the second quarter of 2017 (the latest full quarter for which data is available), there were 200 sales. This is 47.1 per cent higher than the same quarter just seven years ago.

With demand for homes increasing, vendors are in a healthy position where they can realistically hope to achieve the asking price, or higher, for their property when optimally priced by a true market expert. When you compare lack of availability to high demand, it seems even more plausible that you will be happy with the final sale price.

On the whole, the thing we're noticing most is how much sanity there is in the market at the moment. Because mortgage lending is a lot more sensible since the credit crunch, price froth hasn't built up, which is good news because it lessens the chance of a crash. We've got so much more to say, so why don’t you pop into our office for more info?