A wealth of data in our Bath property market update this month, with our thanks to the devilishly clever Richard Speigal (follow him at @webunknown on Twitter). Four graphs with BA1 and BA2 results direct from H.M Land Registry, a link to our spreadsheet (seven sections of property info tracked across eight time points between March 2017 and May 2018) and even a bonus Q1 2018 performance comparison between four estate agents.
Whether you’re looking to sell or buy in the city, you may find the following info of interest in understanding the latest ebbs and flows of the Bath property market. We’d always rather stick to providing as many facts as possible and leave the interpretation to the reader but please do contact us (email@example.com) if you’d like more information on any particular aspect of the article.
If you’d like to compare the above data with similar figures on currently available properties in Bath, our full spreadsheet figures for March 2017 through to May 2018 are available via the following link – 2017-18 Bath prop data
And just for an even more local view, here are the latest Q1 2018 figures on three crucial performance metrics via Rightmove Intel for Madison Oakley vs two other local traditional estate agents and one “online agent”.
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