Alton office hits a moving milestone on Friday 12th March with 11 completions going through and 11 sets of keys being collected by their new home owners.
Whether you are thinking about buying your first family home in 2021 or considering moving to a bigger family property, it’s important that with family homes currently being in short supply, you agree on what your priorities are when you search for your new home.
The budget statement presented by Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a support package of over £350bn. This is good news for the UK and our local economy, it demonstrates the Chancellor’s considered response to the pandemic.
In relation to the property market, the ongoing support measures and schemes offer more than just a helping hand, they have been and continue to give a boost to both sellers and buyers.
The volume of family homes for sale has really decreased since the start of the first lockdown in March 2020. Home schooling has meant parents have their plans to move on hold until the children are officially back at school.
With easy access to the A3 road, Liphook lies in the district of East Hampshire, on the border between Hampshire and West Sussex. The large village has its own railway station on the direct line from Portsmouth to London Waterloo (fastest journey time 59 mins).
Grayshott is in the district of East Hampshire, standing on the border between Hampshire and Surrey, just 46 miles south west of central London. The nearest train station is at Haslemere, four miles away.
The traditional market square hosts weekly markets and monthly farmers’ markets and Petersfield’s French twin town, Barentin hold a regular French market; all watched over by an 18th Century statue of William III, one of only five in the country.
Alton is mentioned in the Domesday Book as far back as 1086. It is a traditional market town and over past decades has been associated with a variety of industries from hop growing and beer making to barrel making and tanning in the production of leather goods.
Homes shares highlights on the joys of living in the East Hampshire District. Take your pick – rolling countryside, pretty scenery, a great choice of vibrant market towns and cathedral cities, excellent schools and convenient transport links that will take you to London or the coast in an hour by rail or car.