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Estate Agents in Oswestry, Shropshire

Shropshire

In Shropshire, both the rental and property seller markets have exhibited interesting dynamics over recent years, shaped by a combination of local factors and broader economic trends. The region's picturesque landscapes, historic towns, and proximity to larger cities like Birmingham and Manchester have traditionally made it an attractive location for both homebuyers and renters alike. Starting with the rental market, there has been a notable increase in demand, particularly in areas such as Shrewsbury, Telford, and Oswestry. This surge can be attributed to several factors, including a growing population, limited housing supply, and an influx of professionals seeking more affordable living options outside major urban centers. As a result, rental prices have experienced moderate but steady growth, with landlords benefiting from higher yields. Key drivers influencing rental prices in Shropshire include developments in infrastructure and transport links. For instance, improvements to the A5 and A49 have enhanced connectivity, making commuting to nearby cities more convenient. Additionally, the ongoing development of the Midlands Metro system, which aims to extend its network to Telford, could further bolster demand for rental properties in the area. Moreover, the quality of schools plays a significant role in shaping rental prices, with areas boasting well regarded institutions often commanding higher rents. For example, in Shrewsbury, popular schools like The Priory School and Shrewsbury School have contributed to increased demand for rental properties in their catchment areas. In contrast, the property seller market in Shropshire has experienced a more nuanced trend. While there has been a steady flow of properties coming onto the market, particularly in suburban areas like Ludlow and Bridgnorth, the pace of price growth has been somewhat subdued compared to neighboring regions. This can partly be attributed to the county's relatively slower population growth and fewer speculative investments. Nevertheless, certain pockets within Shropshire have witnessed notable appreciation, driven by factors such as proximity to amenities, historical significance, and scenic surroundings. For example, properties in the market towns of Much Wenlock and Church Stretton, known for their charming architecture and proximity to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, have seen above average price increases. In summary, while the rental market in Shropshire continues to thrive due to increased demand and limited supply, the property seller market exhibits more localized trends influenced by factors such as school quality, transport links, and the attractiveness of specific areas. As the region continues to evolve, stakeholders in both markets will need to closely monitor these dynamics to make informed decisions.

Oswestry

In Oswestry, a picturesque market town nestled on the border of England and Wales, the rental market and property seller market have shown nuanced trends in recent times. The town's charm, coupled with its strategic location, has influenced the dynamics of both markets. In terms of the rental market, there has been a notable increase in demand, particularly for properties within walking distance of the town center. This surge in demand can be attributed to several factors, including the town's growing popularity as a commuter hub for nearby cities such as Shrewsbury and Chester. Additionally, Oswestry's reputation for its vibrant community atmosphere and array of local amenities has made it an attractive destination for renters seeking a blend of urban convenience and rural tranquility. As a result of this heightened demand, rental prices have experienced moderate yet steady growth over the past few years, with landlords capitalizing on the town's appeal by incrementally raising rents. However, it's worth noting that despite these increases, rental prices in Oswestry remain relatively affordable compared to neighboring urban centers. On the other hand, the property seller market in Oswestry has seen fluctuations in recent times, reflecting broader economic uncertainties and fluctuations in buyer sentiment. While there have been periods of increased activity, particularly fueled by government incentives such as the stamp duty holiday, there have also been periods of stagnation as buyers adopt a cautious approach amidst economic uncertainty. One significant factor influencing property prices in Oswestry is the ongoing development projects within the town and its surrounding areas. For instance, the proposed redevelopment of the former Oswestry livestock market site into a mixed use development is expected to inject new life into the local economy and potentially drive up property prices in the vicinity. Transport links also play a crucial role in shaping property prices, with areas well connected to major road and rail networks commanding a premium. In Oswestry, proximity to the A5 and A483 ensures convenient access to neighboring towns and cities, further enhancing the appeal of properties located along these routes. Moreover, the quality of local schools can significantly impact both rental and property prices, with areas served by well regarded schools attracting families and consequently driving up demand. In Oswestry, notable schools such as The Marches School and Bellan House are sought after by parents, contributing to the desirability of surrounding residential areas. Lastly, Oswestry's abundant green spaces, including Cae Glas Park and the picturesque countryside surrounding the town, add to its appeal as a place to live, work, and explore. Properties offering views of these green spaces often command a premium, appealing to buyers and renters seeking a slice of natural beauty amidst urban living. Overall, while Oswestry's rental and property seller markets exhibit distinct trends and fluctuations, the town's unique blend of charm, connectivity, and amenities continues to underpin its appeal as a desirable place to call home.

Woodhead Oswestry Sales and Lettings

Oswestry
44 1691 680044
12 Leg St, Oswestry

As an award winning family run business Woodhead Sales and Lettings have been providing assistance and guidance in property matters of over 15 years. Combining genuine expertise with approachable family values, underpinned by qualifications and experience. The result is over 15 years of property SUCCESS. We provide an extensive range of property services, all under one roof. We are customer focused, and regardless of whether you are buying or selling, letting or renting you can be assured of an efficient and highly experienced response.

Monks Estate Agents Oswestry

Oswestry
44 1691 674567
16 Church St, Oswestry

Steeped in history, Oswestry began 3000 years ago at Old Oswestry, the iron age hill fort and is now a bustling and vibrant ancient Shropshire market town – a perfect place for house hunters.

Morris Marshall and Poole

Oswestry
44 1691 679595
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With 9 offices covering Powys, Ceredigion, Shropshire and Gwynedd, Morris Marshall and Poole provide an award winning sale and letting service to clients throughout Mid Wales and Shropshire.

Roger Parry & Partners LLP

Oswestry
44 1691 655334
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As estate agents and chartered surveyors our specialism is property. We have a strong presence in the residential, agricultural and commercial sectors. We have a highly successful planning and development team offering a complete service backed by wide experience.

Rowlands Celt

Oswestry
44 1691 659659
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And, as a home, we like to make sure it’s a lovely one!

No.5 & No.47 Properties Ltd

Oswestry
44 1691 668805
Glovers Meadow, Business Centre, Maesbury Rd, Maesbury Road Industrial Estate, Oswestry

No.5 and No.47 Properties are family owned businesses based in Shropshire aimed to provide rental properties in and around the Oswestry area at great value for money. We work hard to keep our properties in good condition and favour decent tenants who will respect our buildings like it’s their home.

Oswestry Offices

Oswestry
44 7788 567763
13 Church St, Oswestry

Move into one of our high quality offices in Church Street, Oswestry for as little as £60 per week, including most bills

Woodhead Oswestry Sales and Lettings

Oswestry
44 1691 680044
12 Leg St, Oswestry

As an award winning family run business Woodhead Sales and Lettings have been providing assistance and guidance in property matters of over 15 years. Combining genuine expertise with approachable family values, underpinned by qualifications and experience. The result is over 15 years of property SUCCESS. We provide an extensive range of property services, all under one roof. We are customer focused, and regardless of whether you are buying or selling, letting or renting you can be assured of an efficient and highly experienced response.

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Monks Estate Agents Oswestry

Oswestry
44 1691 674567
16 Church St, Oswestry

Steeped in history, Oswestry began 3000 years ago at Old Oswestry, the iron age hill fort and is now a bustling and vibrant ancient Shropshire market town – a perfect place for house hunters.

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Morris Marshall and Poole

Oswestry

With 9 offices covering Powys, Ceredigion, Shropshire and Gwynedd, Morris Marshall and Poole provide an award winning sale and letting service to clients throughout Mid Wales and Shropshire.

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100%

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Roger Parry & Partners LLP

Oswestry

As estate agents and chartered surveyors our specialism is property. We have a strong presence in the residential, agricultural and commercial sectors. We have a highly successful planning and development team offering a complete service backed by wide experience.

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100%

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100%

Rowlands Celt

Oswestry

And, as a home, we like to make sure it’s a lovely one!

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No.5 & No.47 Properties Ltd

Oswestry
44 1691 668805
Glovers Meadow, Business Centre, Maesbury Rd, Maesbury Road Industrial Estate, Oswestry

No.5 and No.47 Properties are family owned businesses based in Shropshire aimed to provide rental properties in and around the Oswestry area at great value for money. We work hard to keep our properties in good condition and favour decent tenants who will respect our buildings like it’s their home.

Agent Performance

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100%

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Oswestry Offices

Oswestry
44 7788 567763
13 Church St, Oswestry

Move into one of our high quality offices in Church Street, Oswestry for as little as £60 per week, including most bills

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100%

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