• Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sun: Closed

Dear Clients, We’re thrilled that we’re now able to get back to work and help you move home once again.

However, as you’d expect, the health and wellbeing of the embleys team and clients is paramount, so we’re not quite back to business as usual. Please be patient as we do everything we can to deliver the exceptional service you’re used to, while following the latest Government and Public Health England guidance.

To enable us to follow social distancing rules, most of our staff are home working but we do have someone in the office every week day 9.00am-5.30pm and Saturdays 9.00am-4.00pm for new buyers, tenants and contractors collecting keys. Appointments are available but only where made in advance by phone or email to keep everyone safe.

Thanks for your understanding and take care

House Price Forecast

Posted in All, Embleys, House Prices, Property, Statistics by Embleys on 16th July, 2015

Investing in property is always a little nerve-wracking, whether or not you’ve done it before or whether it’s your second, third or even tenth home!

The good news is that the clever people at Savills Research have been projecting ahead and come up with this clever visual to illustrate five year forecast values.

So if you’re wondering whether to buy now, wonder no more.

As you can see, the outlook for the residential property sector continues to be positive, with house prices in 2016 set to rise by another 3% compared to the 2% they went up by this year.

Property values are unlikely to spike like they did before the bubble burst, at least not as far as the predictions go, so that gives confidence that buying now offers security for the foreseeable future.

The housing market predictions show that the North East is performing ahead of London and pretty much in line with the North, even if values are lower than across the rest of the UK.

With this in mind, why not ask us for a valuation? The next few months offer a really good time to buy.



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