Last Updated: 14/09/2017 12:48:47
since brexit and the changes to stamp duty and tax relief, the housing market has shown a marked downturn, the media seem to be aware of the changes, and are increasingly reporting the fact. this has led the purchasers to expect large price reductions, however, very few vendors seem to have acknowledged the fact that prices are dropping. this has led to market stagnation, with many properties sitting on the market for 6 months, something not seen since the beginning of 2008. so, what are the future prospects for house prices, well in my opinion, the best that vendors can hope for is a flat market, with stagnant prices, however, the reality of the situation is that prices have fallen in the Feltham area, between 3 and 5% over the last year, however, asking prices have not reflected that fact. the current trends are that properties can sell, but the prices have to be realistic, they will not sell for what they sold for a year ago, but it is all relative, the 'price to change' has not altered, but realism is the name of the game with asking prices. in the meantime, the rental market is extremely active, it is possible that potential purchasers have decided to sit on the fence and wait to see what the effects of brexit will be, and rent for a year to wait and see, the next 6 months will be very interesting
Last Updated: 07/04/2017 15:08:59
Demand for flat rentals in Feltham and Bedfont remains high, and purchasers who have been scared by the current economic uncertainty, are opting to rent and ‘wait and see’.
We've certainly not seen much of a slow down in buy to let investors looking to join the market, in fact we have seen some of our Landlords wanted to significantly increase their portfolio within the last six months.
Feltham continues to offer excellent value when compared to property closer to London.
Last Updated: 06/01/2017 14:41:22
The housing market continues to be challenging, buyer’s property registrations are below pre Brexit, and prices in Feltham have to be accurate to ensure a sale. The number of properties coming to the mark in Fedlthamt have also declined post Brexit, and in our view, the uncertainty in the economy continues to be the primary reason for the decline in activity, the good news is that there are buyers out there for property in Feltham, and indeed some cash investors, but they are looking for value for money, the Feltham flat market is particularly busy
Last Updated: 07/04/2017 12:33:22
Landlords, Spring, Beautiful Homes
Spring 2017 is proving another busy time of year for Forest. We've had a great start to the year with some really high spec properties coming onto the market and some fantastic Landlords signing up with Forest. We've been in the position to market some truly stunning homes. It is encouraging to see that there is a lot of Landlords out there really looking to significantly improve the standard of their portfolios and we have seen some really lovely renovations of late.
This year we are really concentrating on only listing only the very best properties. It is important to us that we are able to offer our applicants real value for money when renting, which in turn provides Landlord's with longer term tenancies , healthier yields and happier Tenants.
Last Updated: 15/12/2016 10:45:48
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