Ask­ing prices show in­crease of 1.8pc

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

THE aver­age ask­ing price in York­shire and Hum­ber has in­creased by 1.8 per cent since the start of the year, ac­cord­ing to es­tate agency Dacre, Son and Hart­ley.

Pa­trick McCutcheon, head of res­i­den­tial at the firm, said: “We’ve seen a no­tice­able im­prove­ment in the prop­erty mar­ket since the start of the year and cur­rently have more homes un­der of­fer than at any other time since spring 2010.

“We have also launched over 30 per cent more homes to the mar­ket be­tween Jan­uary and June, com­pared with the pre­vi­ous six months.”

The Move With Us Rental In­dex also shows that York­shire re­mains the cheap­est re­gion in the UK to rent prop­erty.

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