20 Apr

Kent properties 'in demand'

Kent properties 'in demand'

Property for sale in Kent may be in demand among buyers at present, it has been suggested.

According to Dominic Agace, chief executive officer at Winkworth, homes in prime areas such as the home counties are proving popular at present.

He claimed that the more prime the area in question, the more buoyant the market.

Mr Agace remarked: "Prime London [property] obviously led the way and now we are finding that the prime markets, the home counties ... are very much in demand."

He went on to state that now the market is "back in positive territory", more people will put their homes up for sale.

This will result in a rise in choice for people looking to buy themselves a home.

He also noted that the planned increase in stamp duty for properties worth over £1 million may impact on the market.

The government announced the decision during the Budget delivered by Alistair Campbell in the House of Commons.

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