19 Feb

Estate agents in Bristol say market picking up

Estate agents in Bristol say market picking up

Estate agents in Bristol have told one local news provider that the property market in the area is improving.

Talking to the Keynsham People, Michael Robinson, chief executive of Andrews estate agents, commented that "the property crash is over in Bristol".

"My informed prediction is that house prices will continue to rise between seven to ten per cent during 2010," he stated.

The news provider stated that the average price of a three-bedroom house in Keynsham is £234,000, according to findaproperty.com's house price analysis tool.

In the February edition of its monthly survey of the national housing market, the website revealed that property prices have increased by 0.8 per cent since the beginning of 2010.

According to the organisation, a shortage of housing stock is likely to affect the sector over the coming months, despite a 3.6 per cent increase in the number of properties on the market in February, compared with December.ADNFCR-1222-ID-19626321-ADNFCR

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