By Josh Gertler

  • While the recent British weather may have had other ideas, last month marked the first day of Spring. After a long, hard winter, gardens across the country are beginning to bud back into life and we reflect on some of the Spring flower themed addresses.
  • Addresses including spring flowers made up just over 700 home sales in 2017. Those which included Peony or Hyacinth attracted the highest sales prices with Bluebells coming in third place.
  • Spring is traditionally seen as a busy time for home buyers across the country. Indeed, in the last 20 years, sales in the second quarter of the year have been, on average 23% higher than the first quarter.
  • While 2018 looks set to follow suit, the lack of stock of properties available to buy could restrict buyers.

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