A growing number of new homes are being completed each year, which is contributing to the growth of the new-build market (New Homes Sales). With all of the news about rising energy prices, poor housing efficiency, and the climate crisis, it may not be surprising that new-build homes are becoming more popular. In addition, new homes are reliable and do not pose any hidden problems for future owners. Furthermore, although new-build properties tend to be more expensive than their existing counterparts, there are a number of benefits that make them more attractive than older homes.
While working in the new homes sales industry can be challenging for some due to the wide variety of locations of new construction, it can also be extremely rewarding. As new homes are generally more expensive, your commission for selling a new home is also higher. A new home sales representative could be a negotiator. A job in real estate is always a satisfying experience as you have the opportunity to help people find the perfect home where they will be able to create life-long memories; hand-holding them through a process of an important decision in their lives.
There are four counties in the East of England: Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, and Essex. With London Stansted Airport, the International Gateway to the East of England, it is well connected with Europe and the rest of the world. In addition, Norwich International Airport offers multiple flights daily from Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam and London Southend Airport. This region has much to recommend it to expatriates considering a move to the UK and who are considering the East of England as a reasonable option. This area is interesting to live in and to travel around because of its history and culture, its accessibility to London, and its contrast between the flat Fenland countryside and the attractive rolling countryside of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. Aside from that, property prices in the region are considerably lower than those in London and the South-East. As a final note, parents will have a range of excellent schooling options available to them when considering the wealth of private schools in the region – more than 200 of which are well-known names like Bedford, Berkhamstead, Kings School Ely, Radlett, Summerhill, and Tring. It is just this alone that can make the East of England very attractive, especially to those working and trying to sell houses in the region.