Selling Property in Crosby
Crosby has long been a popular location with people who work in Liverpool but prefer to retreat to somewhere a little quieter when the work day is over. Add excellent commuter links (almost a hundred trains a day to Liverpool Lime Street on weekdays with an average journey time of around 20 minutes) to a selection of excellent schools and plenty of family-friendly activities and you can easily see why anyone looking to sell property in Crosby can expect plenty of interest from buyers.
The Crosby area is also very popular due to the miles of excellent beaches nearby, offering years of fun to those living within the area and appealing to all types of potential buyers.
Antony Gormley’s, Another Place, which was commissioned by Liverpool Biennial’s former director, Lewis Briggs, in partnership with the Sefton Council and has also helped create a lot of interest in the area.
With so much attention in this ever popular location, selecting a good estate agent with excellent local knowledge can help to turn that interest into achieving the best possible sales price for your property.
The Crosby Property Market
The current average value for properties in Crosby stands at N/A (June 2020), which represents a change of % in the last 3 months since March 2020.
The average price of N/A is an increase of % on this time last year. Detached properties in Crosby have the highest average value at £510,662, compared with semi-detached properties (£269,895), terraced properties (£177,608) and flats (£180,378).
The market is improving and estate agents in Crosby do have a reason to be positive, as the current values represent an increase on the average amount paid for properties in Crosby over the past 12 months. The average sale price for detached properties is currently £458,419, compared with semi-detached properties (£253,750), terraced properties (£187,082) and flats (£149,074).