Until recently it was just the London and South of England that propped up an ailing property market, but these days the whole of the UK is seeing a revival of fortunes. Across the board there have been increases, according to the very latest figures published by Knight Frank. The average price for a UK home rose by 0.8% in July 2013 and some economists are hopeful that the market is approaching a point where the recovery will be self-sustaining.
House prices across the UK are rising steadily and Warrington’s property market is no exception. If you are hoping to relocate to Cheshire, buying sooner rather than later will save you a considerable amount of money. With an upward trend of house price changes, your Warrington dream home may soon be out of your reach if you don’t act now.
Over the decades moving house has got to be an expensive business. You worry about all the hidden extras: agents fees, coveyancing fees, not to mention all the other unforeseen bits and pieces that can blow your budget out of the window before you've even booked the removers.
Apart from its fame as the home of two of the world's most illustrious premier league clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City, the city and surrounds are now also famous for the luxury dwellings of the players themselves. Stories abound of décor, landscaping and embellishments costing astronomical sums and horror stories of the gutting and defacing of formerly beautiful and irreplaceable historic features. Kitsch may come expensive, but at the end of the day it's still kitsch.