Norwich Homeowners Pocketed £208,000 Each in the Last 20 Years

Norwich Homeowners Pocketed £208,000 Each in the Last 20 Years

The average house price in Norwich has increased by 215.4% to £304,400 in the last 20 years, a profit of £207,900 That means, when adjusted for inflation in those two decades, Norwich house prices have risen in real terms by 143.3%. What does this mean for existing Norwich homeowners and first-time buyers trying to get on the Norwich property ladder?

5 Things That Help Your House Sell for More

5 Things That Help Your House Sell for More

Did you know you can end up with more money for your home simply by changing a few little details? If you know what buyers are looking for, you can easily upsell your house and get it moving faster. 1. Stage the Home This simply means to make the space something where potential buyers feel […]

The Future of the Buy-To-Let Market in 2022

The Future of the Buy-To-Let Market in 2022

In this article, I will look at what happened in 2021 in the Norwich buy-to-let property market and give you my opinion as to what lies ahead for Norwich landlords in 2022 and beyond. On a positive note, house prices in Norwich have rocketed, rents have risen faster than inflation, at the start of the year we had the benefit of a stamp duty holiday and finally, ultra-low mortgage rates, meaning Norwich landlords had lots to be happy about in 2021.

Watsons Delighted to Become Accredited Member of ARMA, the Professional Body for Residential Managing Agents

Watsons Delighted to Become Accredited Member of ARMA, the Professional Body for Residential Managing Agents

Watsons is delighted to announce membership of ARMA, the professional body for residential managing agents. Watsons is one of only two, certified ARMA members in Norwich and only three in Norfolk. Watsons is now the only managing agent in Norfolk to hold both RICS and ARMA membership, along with membership of IRPM (The Institute of Residential Property Management).


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