Property agents say house sales are on the increase
The amount of houses sold in the South West is increasing, according to a new report by property experts.
The latest RICS housing market survey reveals theat during February there was an uplift in sales, and South West surveyors are optimistic that the trend will continue.
Despite the extra sales prices remain flat, and some saw a slight dip. But overall prices have now not seen any significant drops since the summer.
And demand for property remained steady across the region, as more buyers consider purchasing a new home.
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The amount of homes coming on to the market was stable last month. But the number of properties available remain at historically low levels.
Jeffrey Cole, of Rayment and White, said: "Having just attended the regional Guild of Professional Estate Agents meeting at Exeter last week the feeling amongst Westcountry agents seems to be generally one of cautious optimism.
"All agents reported a positive start to the new year particularly once the worst of the winter weather was over with and most were reporting transaction levels on a par or slightly better than this time last year."