By Jon Gibbs, sales director for developers Charles Church.
Can you believe we’re just a few weeks away from spring, and all it brings – the start of new shoots, new beginnings and growth? I truly believe the economy will see similar results this spring as we have already noted a continuous increase in consumer confidence and a greater ability to purchase our new homes as mortgage lenders are freeing up capital for interested househunters. It’s a good sign for all as I feel this trend is set to continue for the foreseeable future.In 2009 it was reported that house prices rose an average of £4 a day and interest rates have remained extremely low for a number of months.
With the UK now officially out of the recession plus modest yet confident messages continuing to be publicised, I believe more people will be looking to move onto or up the property ladder this year. As we all become more financially savvy, looking at ways to save money on our everyday spending and bills, interest in new homes will surge once more, due to the great benefits of building a modern home. From greater energy efficiency leading to lower fuel bills, eradicating the need for home improvements and incentives on offer to make the moving process that much simpler and cost effective, new build purchasers are certainly in a better buying position.
Joh 01603 615 734.