Homes in these Aylesbury property postcodes are expected to increase in value during 2020

While the value of a property is dependent on a variety of different factors, one of the biggest influences in house prices is in its location.
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By analysing the data regarding properties for sale across Aylesbury, PropCast can reveal the where the ‘hot’ sellers’ market and the ‘cold’ sellers’ markets are across Aylesbury - this is what they found.

Aylesbury market as a whole

The market heat temperature for Aylesbury as a whole is 37 degrees which, according to PropCast’s metric, makes Aylesbury a great market for sellers.

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Do you live in any of these postcodes? (Photo: Shutterstock)

By figuring out where is “hot” and where is “cold”, PropCast can help homeowners figure out how easy it will be to sell their homes.

PropCast measures buyer demand levels across England and Wales, which helps tell sellers if they are able to be ambitious with their asking prices.

Hot sellers’ market

The “hotter” the market, the quicker and easier it should be to sell your home claims PropCast.

The hot temperature is equated to high demand and easy to sell. Anything with a temperature of 35 degrees or above is considered hot and anything 34 degrees or below is labelled as cold.

Included in the “hot” sellers’ market is the following postcodes:

- Ranked number one is HP21 with a temperature of 42 degrees

- Second is HP20 with a temperature of 41 degrees

- Third is HP19 with a temperature of 41 degrees

Cold sellers’ market

The following postcodes were determined to be in the “cold” sellers’ market:

- HP18 with a temperature of 32 degrees

- HP17 with a temperature of 28 degrees

The postcodes in the “cold” market is considered to be in a buyers’ market, which is the worst market for sellers. On the other hand, “hot” markets are seen as sellers’ markets which would be the best market for sellers.

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