The last 12-months have changed the way we use our homes in a way that none of us could have imagined and the demand for space both inside and outside has created an exceptional demand for larger properties.
In its March House Price Index report, Rightmove has highlighted a 4.1% increase in house prices year on year in the East of England and a 2% increase month on month. In a recent article published by Zoopla the average house prices and square footage measurements for properties in Mid-Suffolk, Suffolk Coastal and South Norfolk were laid out as follows;
3-Bedroom house, 1,025 sq ft = £273,000
4-Bedroom house, 1,570 sq ft = £404,000
5-Bedroom house, 2,265 sq ft = £543,000
3-Bedroom house, 1,050 sq ft = £300,000
4-Bedroom house, 1,530 sq ft = £424,000
5-Bedroom house, 2,035 sq ft = £502,000
3-Bedroom house, 1,015 sq ft = £263,000
4-Bedroom house, 1,490 sq ft = £378,000
5-Bedroom house, 2,035 sq ft = £482,000
So how much is YOUR house worth?
These are all good statistics, but with such a diversity of settings and dwellings in Norfolk and Suffolk what does this mean for your property value? Well, the best way to find that out is to get in touch with us for a free, no obligation valuation. We’ll come to the property, assess it and talk you to about your reasons for selling and your expectations to give you an honest and realistic market value for your home.
For an instant valuation simply complete our online form or get in touch with a member of the team in our of our local offices.