6 Oct

Britain 'will soon be healthy again'

Britain 'will soon be healthy again'

Business will be bustling once again for independent estate agents based in the UK, if the comments of one property expert are to be believed.

James Wrightson, marketing manager at change of address service iammoving.com, said that the rising house prices in London and the Home Counties will "inevitably" result in a similar recovery in the north "sooner or later".

His comments follow the Sunday Times' publication of research by Savills, which revealed that property prices have increased by 9.7 per cent since March in Hampshire and that Berkshire, Essex, west Sussex, Cambridgeshire and Kent have also seen rises.

"New life appears to be stirring in the surrounding Home Counties which is ever a good sign that slowly and surely Britain as a whole will be healthy again," stated Mr Wrightson.

He advised homeowners who have sufficient funds to make a determined attempt to move house within the next year.


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