Flats and Apartments in 2000 were selling on average for £78,917 and so far in 2015, they have been selling on average in Canterbury for £185,024 a rise of 134%Moving forward, what should new and existing buy to let landlords do with this information? Well, the questions I seem to be asked on an almost daily basis by landlords are:
“Should I sell my property in Canterbury?”
Many other Canterbury landlords, who are with us and other Canterbury letting agents, like to pop in for a coffee or pick up the phone or email us to discuss the Canterbury property market, how Canterbury compares with its closest rivals (Maidstone, Ashford, and Royal Tunbridge Wells), and hopefully answer the three questions above. I don’t bite, I don’t do hard sell, I will just give you my honest and straight talking opinion and look forward to hearing from you.