Purchasing A Property In Norfolk


It has been a very busy start to the New Year here in the abbotFox office. We have seen a huge volume of phone calls coming into the office and we have taken on several new members of staff to meet the demand for housing. The combination of the Help To Buy scheme and growing confidence in the housing market meant that house prices increased by 8.4% in 2013. Prices are also expected to rise a further 8% this year and continue to rise over the next five years. This confidence has meant that a lot of people are currently looking to move up the housing ladder or purchase their first property. We are constantly taking on beautiful properties across Norfolk as more people enter into the housing market. As an independent estate agent our focus is solely on Norfolk.

So, why should you purchase a house and live in Norfolk?

Everyone here in the office has strong ties to the county of Norfolk. One of the main things that draw people here is the variety of places to live in Norfolk. From the beautiful countryside, beachside properties to the great city of Norwich there is something to suit everyone’s tastes. It is also very easy to get around in Norwich because everything in the city is close together with fantastic transport links. The city has all you could want as well as a variety of local shops and markets. This means that Norfolk has a very strong community spirit and is a city with great character. Norwich also boasts a fantastic university, the University of East Anglia, as well as good schools and colleges. The cost of living is also much cheaper than in London and Norwich is a very safe and friendly city with low levels of crime.

These are just some of the many reasons to live in Norfolk.

So, if you are interested in selling, buying or renting your property in Norfolk then please pop in and have a chat with our friendly team who will be more than happy to help. You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest to keep up to date with the latest news and information from around Norfolk.

Tim Miller – abbotFox Community Manager

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