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What will happen to house prices in 2023 in Dartford?

If you’re a UK homeowner, knowing what to do with your property in 2023 can be a little confusing to say the least. If you’re considering property sales in Dartford, understanding what will happen to house prices over the coming year will be of huge importance. 

Our Dartford property agents explain that situations in Kent look a little different to the general UK trends. Here’s what to expect regarding property sales Dartford and its impact on sellers currently living in the outskirts of east London.

Are house prices rising or falling in Dartford?

Fuelled by increased living costs and mortgage interest rates, experts have predicted that UK property prices could fall by as much as 10% in 2023. While this is cause for concern, Dartford property sales continue to show a positive trend.

Statistics from sales in September showed that property prices in Dartford surpassed £370,000, signifying a 13.9% increase over the course of 12 months. Dartford property agents believe that prices will continue to climb, resisting a national trend that has seen most estate agents note a record number of sales made below the asking price,

It’s not hard to understand the appeal of Dartford. It has excellent transport links to central London, Essex, and the rest of the country thanks to its proximity to the Dartford Crossing and several London airports. Meanwhile, house prices are significantly cheaper than in many nearby locations.

Figures for property sales Dartford do show that semi-detached (73%) and terraced houses (16%) are taking a little longer to sell than they did one year ago, which aligns with the fact that property sales slowed by about 15% in the UK over the course of 2022. This does mean that property owners looking to sell in Kent may have to show a little patience. However, flats (48%) and detached (19%) properties are selling faster.

Either way, the fact that property prices are still increasing despite the UK market trends suggest that this is a good time to build equity by selling in Dartford and taking advantage of prices in other parts of Kent, Essex, or further afield – especially for London workers who are now able to use WFH models. It could be particularly fruitful heading into Q2 and Q3.

Preparing for property sales Dartford

If you think that 2023 is the time to sell your home in the DA postcode, the first thing you should do is look at simple upgrades that could make your property more attractive and potentially increase the sale price. When planning to buy another property, it is imperative that you understand how much you can borrow before starting the process. Otherwise, your dreams could quickly descend into a nightmare.

In the meantime, you should gain an up-to-date home valuation. Our Dartford property agents can offer a free consultation to discuss the value of your home and help you plot the next steps to sell it in style. To find out more, get in touch with our friendly experts today.

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To learn more about whether 2023 is the right time to buy or sell in Dartford contact our knowledgeable team today.

House Price Predictions Dartford 2023

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