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You might be wondering, what with all the bumpf in the national press about interest rates, Brexit, the economy in general, the North-South divide - just how much have house prices really changed over the last 10 years, adjusting for inflation.
Thanks to the BBC data team and the Open Data Institute (ODI) in Leeds, they analysed more than eight million residential property transactions in England and Wales from the Land Registry from 2007 to July 2017, excluding mortgaged buy-to-let properties and reposessions.
In Theydon Bois, Epping the average house price is now £748,465, up a whopping 32% since 2007.
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Read the full articles on the BBC News website; http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41582755
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You have seen a house you like or decided that you do indeed wish to sell your home and make a move, then NOW is the time to act.
Marketing your property for sale this week will give you the last reasonable opportunity of securing a proceedable buyer with a successful completion prior to the winding down period agents, solicitors and banks experience prior to the Christmas holiday period.
If you live in Theydon Bois, Epping or any of the surrounding areas, call us today on 01992 666 191 to arrange a valuation today.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Lyttons Estate Agents
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George Osborne claims "one consequence of leaving the European Union would be a hit to the value of people's homes of at least 10% and up to 18%. At the same time, mortgages will get more expensive and mortgage rates will go up."
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Councillor Les Burrows becomes the new Mayor of Epping, Essex, replacing Michael Wright.
Outgoing Epping Mayor, Michael Wright said it had been an “honour and privilege” to serve over the last year as he handed over his chain of office.
Epping mayor Michael Wright was replaced by his former deputy councillor Les Burrows.
Cllr Burrows said: "I am proud to be elected to town mayor by my fellow councillors and I look forward to working for the town in the coming year."
Councillor Wright thanked colleagues and staff for their continuous help and support.
In addition, he noted that the next 12 months will be a big year for the Epping Forest District Council with the ongoing neighbourhood plan, St John’s Road redevelopment and town cemetery extension.
Cllr Burrows was proposed by Councillor Hugh Pegrum, who referred to his work with ‘Epping in Bloom’ and the horticultural society and said he would make “an excellent mayor for the coming year.”
The new mayor celebrated with a cake, baked by former mayor Janet Hedges.
Councillor Tony Church was elected deputy mayor for the civic year.
You can read the full article here
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Are you thinking of selling your home in Epping?
We have extremely high demand from qualified applicants on our database looking for property for sale in Epping and across CM16 including Theydon Bois, North Weald, Epping Green as well as the surrounding areas.
Call Lyttons Estate Agents on 01992 666 191 today to arrange your free, obligation market appraisal.