Anyone looking to move home in 2022 needs to think about what is best for them. The cost of property is obviously a key factor, but you will also need to find a place that feels like home.
At Holmes Estate Agents, we believe Streatham is a good place to live. If you would like more guidance or information on this part of South West London, please let us know, and we will be happy to help.
What does Streatham have to offer?
There is a broad range of properties on offer in Streatham, from studio apartments available for rent to large detached homes suitable for households who need a few bedrooms. The place is welcoming to couples and young families, and we think you will find a lot to like about settling into the area.
If you are looking to socialise in your local area, you are not short of options when it comes to enjoying a good night out in Streatham. An obvious place to visit is Streatham High Road, which is packed with restaurants and bars. No matter your budget, or what food you like to eat, there will be something which appeals to you.
We think you will find Streatham Common to be a great place to exercise, relax or socialise outside. There is space for sports, and plenty of space to take things easy. We know more people are looking for homes close to good outdoor spaces in London, and we believe Streatham is an excellent choice for those looking to get out regularly.
How are property prices faring in Streatham in 2022?
According to Rightmove, as we move into 2022, house prices in Streatham are as follows;
“Properties in Streatham had an overall average price of £579,196 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Streatham during the last year were flats, selling for an average price of £428,519. Terraced properties sold for an average of £680,399, with semi-detached properties fetching £874,140.
Overall, sold prices in Streatham over the last year were 7% up on the previous year and 13% up on the 2017 peak of £512,778.”
While the price of property in Streatham has risen in the past year, it hasn’t risen as sharply as house prices in some areas of South West London. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and might entice prospective buyers to the area over other parts of the capital.
There are many reasons why house prices rise, but of late, there is no denying that the level of demand for homes being greater than the supply of property has been a massive factor in rising prices.
There is significant demand for homes in South West London, and if you are looking to sell your Streatham home, we can help you. We have a positive track record in connecting vendors and buyers in this part of the capital, and we look forward to assisting you as best we can.
Contact Holmes Estate Agents for all your Streatham housing needs in 2022
We have considerable experience and expertise in the South West of London. We are ideally placed to help vendors, tenants and landlords during this challenging time. If you have any questions regarding the South West London property market, please get in touch with Holmes Estate Agents today.