The renowned property specialists at Anderson Rose have recently announced that they are making strong advances into the country estate sector across the London District
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Dec. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- The renowned property specialists at Anderson Rose have recently announced that they are making strong advances into the country estate sector across the London District. It seems that despite the economic downturn they have still managed to hold their own and are now focusing on more new and exciting developments.
In London alone, average house prices rose by £6,109 between 2010 and 2011, and the cheapest property in 2011 was sold for the handsome sum of £67,500. It’s no surprise then that the public are becoming more willing to pay out for that dream property.
It would also appear that regardless of the state of our banking societies, people are still more than comfortable to borrow large sums of cash. A whopping 66% of mortgages in September of this year were in aid of a property purchases, and lending as a whole increased by 0.3%. It may not sound like much, but it makes all the difference.
In recent years more and more people have turned to country estate properties to escape the traumas of modern day living, embracing the countryside with arms wide open. An astonishing81.9% of all Londoners feel at least some level of stress, and 38.6% of them worry more about their commute than they do their health and family issues. It’s immediately clear for all to see that countryside living has its benefits.
After being vastly successful in their first year, and after claiming the title of Best Newcomer at the Letting Agency of the Year Awards in May 2012, they are determined to push that much harder through their second year. They are also working on a new page to showcase their Country Estate Sector. A spokesperson from Surge Digital, who is helping with their company development, said ‘We are so please for our client’s growth, they are a great company and it’s a pleasure working with them to get the new pages up and running’. The new pages are expected to be up early next year.