What does the rise in house prices and rent mean for you?

29th October

The cost of buying or renting a home is rising fastest in the East of England as confirmed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) last week. 

A typical home in the East increased in cost by 8.3%, whilst overall UK house prices have increased by 5.2%. Further more, rent in the East of England stood at £843 in August, in comparison to the average cost of £803 a month across the rest of England and Wales. But what does that mean for you?

If you’re looking to get your house on the market, or to rent a property, getting an up-to-date valuation is key. With seven offices located across Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, our team are just a stones throw away from your property for a valuation and guidance on selling or renting your property.

If you would like any further information, advice on selling or renting your property or arranging a valuation, visit our contact page and get in touch with our local team.

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