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Savills Predicts Little Growth Untill 2016

The recent threat from the Euro-zone crisis has further confirmed that property prices will remain weak for the foreseeable future. The recent research highlights that the continued rise in the cost of living will continue to hold property prices back.

At the height of the market the average property price peaked at £184,000 in 2007. When compared to the average property price of £161,000 in today’s market, in real terms when coupled with inflation this is a dramatic fall. If you are requiring a fast sale for your property then there seems to be no hope in waiting for the market to improve. Savills now forecast that the average house price will rise to £170,000 by 2016, a rise of just 5%. If you are looking to emigrate or wish to sell your house due to ill health or for any other reason we can provide you with a very fair offer and at YouSellQuick we promise not to take any equity away from you.

Savills have also predicted that buyers will continue to find increased difficulty with attaining mortgage finance. As we have stated before this is the Number One factor halting the market. Once we have agreed to purchase your home we know that we already have the mortgage finance waiting and this avoids the stress that those who wish to sell their property find if the buyer pulls out.

At YouSellQuick, Once we commit to buying your home we don’t pull out, thus allowing you to move on with your life and plan your future, be it an inherited property or a long awaited plan to move overseas we take pride in providing you with the freedom and time-scales to move on with your life and achieve a very fair quick sale.

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