Selling Property in Wilmslow
As a part of the Cheshire Golden Triangle, demand for property in Wilmslow has always been close behind the demand for property in central London. Now, however, it may be time for Wilmslow to start moving ahead of the capital due to a combination of a slowdown in the London property market and the demand for property in the north of England.
The latter is fuelled by a combination of local residents, investors and people moving from south to north in search of a better quality of life. This is very promising for people who want to sell property in Wilmslow, but getting the best possible price for your property still means having a good estate agent on your side.
The Wilmslow Property Market
The current average value for properties in Wilmslow stands at N/A (December 2018), which represents a change of % in the last 3 months since September 2018.
The average price of N/A is an increase of % on this time last year. Detached properties in Wilmslow have the highest average value at £696,018, compared with semi-detached properties (£389,787), terraced properties (£275,115) and flats (£246,342).
The market is improving and estate agents in Wilmslow do have a reason to be positive, as the current values represent an increase on the average amount paid for properties in Wilmslow over the past 12 months. The average sale price for detached properties is currently £638,573, compared with semi-detached properties (£395,681), terraced properties (£278,940) and flats (£229,543).