The finance firm Henry Dannell have reported that the average house price in the East of England now stands at £332,216. A rise of £24,942 on the £307,274 at the start of 2021. Although house prices on the east coasts of Norfolk and Suffolk are often below the average seen across the country, there can be no doubt that we have seen prices spike last year. Bungalows on the coast and quality family houses on estates have seen substantial rises. Country properties have also seen a spike in value. If you are thinking of selling in 2022 contact your local Aldreds office today!
We at Aldreds are honoured to support Circus Starr. A fantastic organisation that organises circus performances for children and their carers,. Their UK tour is coming to this area in January and we are proud and delighted to sponsor a place for a child and carer!
Number one agent for sales agreed in Gorleston and surrounding areas according to Rightmove in 2021! Here is to a fantastic 2022! Well done to Dan, Mel, Kat, Beatrix, Eleanor, Tracie & Steve! If you are thinking of selling in NR31 this year give us a call on 01493 664600!!
The much predicted interest rate rise may not happen in December many commentators now believe. The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee meet next week. It was previously thought that a pre Christmas rate rise may be on the cards in an attempt to cool inflation. Also with house prices at a record high many commentators feel a rate rise is necessary. However, rate rise speculation is often built in to fixed rates lenders offer so may not have an immediate impact. In the meantime Halifax report that house prices are up 8.2% on the year. Many banks and commentators are predicting house price growth of around 5-10% in 2022
Congratulations and many happy returns to Gorleston office manager Melissa Richeda who has a big birthday tomorrow and is marking it by taking a well deserved week off. Happy Birthday Mel!!!