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So, this year has been a tricky one to say the least, since the country went into lockdown on March 23rd due to the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, but here we take a look at what has been going on with the local Wakefield property market since the turn of the year.

 

It can be said that Wakefield has seen some real optimism and purpose this year, low interest rates and banks offering some great deals has seen a surge in properties selling quickly, which means now is a great time to be looking at buying a Wakefield home.

 

If you need convincing on why to choose Wakefield for your new investment, just look at its excellent links with nearby Leeds, Huddersfield and Sheffield easily reached by road and also Wakefield has direct train links to London and Edinburgh. Plus top of the range schools such as QEGS and Silcoates being “go to” schools.

 

2020 saw a flurry of properties selling quickly which were up to around £300k, Wakefield also saw some new home developments enter the market and also sell quickly. We are confident now restrictions have been lifted slightly. The Wakefield property market will start where it seemed to pause momentelary.

 

Peregrine Property Wakefield isn’t against the local property market in fact excelling, instructing more properties than ever before at full market value. So, no need to raffle your home like one Wakefield resident did when he started to sell tickets for as little as £1, for his 4 bedroom Ossett, Wakefield property.You can read more about that story here.

 

Have a property to sell in Wakefield? Then get in touch with us here directly on 01977 253035. We run a family run boutique estate agency, a professional hardworking team that always puts our customers first. We believe our customer service and local knowledge is what sets us apart from other Wakefield estate agencies.

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