19 Apr

Houses for sale in South Wales to see demand boost?

Houses for sale in South Wales to see demand boost?

Property for sale in South Wales may soon experience increased demand as buyers return to the Welsh property market.

A recent survey has revealed that 17 per cent more of the UK's surveyors have experienced a rise in new buyer enquiries, the Western Mail reports.

According the newspaper, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' (Rics) research shows houses for sale in South Wales and the rest of the country to have experienced the third biggest difference in demand in Britain.

In addition, 23 per cent more surveyors said their sales had increased.

Tony Filice, Rics Wales housing spokesman, told the Mail: "Buyer interest is increasing and transaction levels are looking more positive.

"We are also seeing an exceptional level of instructions on properties for sale."

Houses for sale in Cardiff may attract buy-to-let investors looking to cash in on the city's large student population.

Cardiff University has welcomed almost 30,000 students for the 2010/11 academic year, who may be looking for houses to rent in Cardiff as an alternative to halls of residence.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800506184-ADNFCR

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