According to the list published by Rightmove, Greater Manchester suburbs are increasing their popularity in the country that five of ten property hotspots in the UK are in Greater Manchester.
Didsbury now has been named the most popular property spot in the UK for home buyers. The local neighborhoods in Didsbury are one of the most expensive areas in the whole country that the average price currently stands at £367,429, more than £130,000 higher than the Greater Manchester average of £237,380.
Here are the top ten popular places for home buyers in Britain with average asking prices :
1. Didsbury, Greater Manchester – £367,429
2. Walthamstow, London – £499,534
3. Wirral, Merseyside – £287,243
4. Prestwich, Greater Manchester – £277,643
5. Horsforth, West Yorkshire – £312,460
6. Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Greater Manchester – £359,377
7. West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire – £365,370
8. Heaton Moor, Greater Manchester – £307,040
9. Bramhall, Greater Manchester – £482,311
10. Chiswick, London – £969,350
Rightmove’s property expert Tim Bannister says: “Our new analysis gives sellers in these local hot spots a clear indication of just how popular their area is, as it tracks the huge pool of the most eager prospective buyers who are signed up to find out instantly when a seller decides to bring their property to market.”
Rob Kennedy, Managing Director of Philip James Kennedy in Didsbury village said: “The marketplace during 2021 has seen a surge in the Didsbury property market with record levels of sales and many properties generating multiple bids. House prices have increased as a result and properties are selling and completing faster.”
“During these unprecedented times the importance of ‘home’ has increased with many buyers wanting more space working from home; more space to relax and exercise, and many buyers wanting more outside space, easy access to a local park or larger garden.”