What a year it’s been for the Chorlton and Old Trafford property market so far. The amount of positive sentiment we’re picking up from buyers and sellers who visit the branch every day confirms that this part of the country is better insulated from the cold spell being experienced in some other parts of the UK market.
It didn’t take long before we started to see why people have been so positive. Data from the Land Registry shows that prices rose by 15.2 per cent over the last 3 years and now sit 220.5 per cent higher than they did in 2000. For context, that means that the average Chorlton and Old Trafford home has increased by £10,100 per year over that period.