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All you need to know – houses for sale in Eccleston

by | Nov 15, 2022

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As a landlord, whenever you are looking at houses for sale in Merseyside, you could find varying prices throughout an area like Eccleston. In this article, this data will be simplified so you can find all of the data on one, convenient page.

So, from the rental yield of Eccleston to the success you may expect to get when submitting planning permission. Everything you need to know about house for sale in the UK and in Eccleston will be revealed. Keep reading.

What are the asking prices for the houses for sale in the city of Eccleston?

The average asking price for the houses for sale in the city of Eccleston

Average asking price (1 bed) no relevant data for this city
Average asking price (2 bed) £109,905
Average asking price (3 bed) £194,141
Average asking price (4 bed) £349,333
Average asking price (5 bed) no relevant data for this city

The tables should give you a generic view of what the prices of the houses for sale are like. To close things off, the average asking price for the house for sale in the whole of Eccleston is £0. This should show you the general prices overall and for individual types of houses too.

On average, in Eccleston, the asking price for a house for sale in the area is £171,758.

The below table puts this figure into perspective as you can see the various average sale prices of the different type of houses for sale in Eccleston. From a 1 bedroom house up to a 5 bedroom house.

As you can imagine, as the price goes up, the size of a room also goes up and in general, the larger a house is, the more you can expect the sale price to be as well.

In general, what do houses for sale sell for in Eccleston?

As well as looking at the asking price for house for sale in Eccleston, a sensible homeowner or investor will also consider the final price a house sells for. This final price may be influenced by elements like the amount people are earning in the area and what opportunities for employment there are in Eccleston.

Houses for sale, are sold on average in Eccleston, after the influence of these factors, at £139,036 as a result. And may be on the rise or decline depending on a combination of variables such as the crime rate, or population growth which was 3% over the last 10 years.

Housing category Total final sale price
Aerage sold price (detached) £279,511
Aerage sold price (semi-detached) £166,420
Aerage sold price (terraced) £95,105
Aerage sold price (flat) £78,629

This table above shows the average sale price for each variation of houses for sale in Eccleston.

Housing category Sale price per square foot
Aerage sold price/sqft £1,570
Aerage sold price/sqft (new build) £2,210
Aerage sold price/sqft (old stock) £1,490

This final table looks at the price per square foot of houses for sale. Looking at the final table, you can take a further average and conclude that the average price per square foot of houses in general in Eccleston is £1,570.

This statistic can be used to compare the price of housing between housing categories again or even compare the price for a different city.

Are you considering other cities with houses for sale?

If you are looking for similar places to buy a house that are just like Eccleston, examine this short list of cities below from outside of the region of North West for some inspiration.

If none of these suit your interest, we suggest you visit our page with all of the relevant data concerning houses for sale in the UK, allowing you to buy the right property.

Or, consider buying a leasehold property instead which may be cheaper. However, you will also have to learn what will happen when a leasehold expires so you know how to deal with this side of the law.

Finding the ideal house for sale for you

Find here below a list of criteria that we suggest you consider before looking for houses for sale in Eccleston

  • affordability – the UK gov website comes in helpful when you want to understand (see what house for sale you can afford)

  • Geographic Location – the county and region across the UK you are considering to invest in are crucial factors to consider when browsing houses for sale.

  • Transport network of the house for sale – Hopefully, the pandemic stays in the past. Therefore, working from home may become less predominant than a couple of years ago. Check the commuting time of the house for sale you are considering buying.

  • Bedrooms in the house for sale – are you looking for houses for sale for yourself, for a couple or for the whole family? This condition will narrow down the number of houses for sale relevant to buy.

  • EPC of the house for sale – today more than ever, the energy performance of the properties for sale on the market should be one of the first things you check.

  • Broadband speed – having a good internet connection is crucial nowadays. Always check the available subscriptions available for the areas of the house for sale you want to purchase

  • Are you a car owner? – if yes, you will have to check for parking availability of the house for sale. Does it come with a garage included in the price?

  • Conservation areas – when browsing for houses for sale, we suggest you take a look at the National Heritage list. When a house for sale is included it means that it is not possible for the future homeowner to make changes to the property, both inside and outside.

  • Houses for sale Conditions – some properties, like new builds, need no repairs or works; other houses listed for sale may need some investment to restore them and some others may need a complete renovation. Someone looking for houses for sale should always think about how much time and money they are willing to invest to complete the needed repairs.

Professional advice for houses for sale in Eccleston

Considering all the above data and information provided, you may want know who can help you buy a house for sale.
Lots of professionals offer property investors and first-time buyers advice and assistance in dealing with the process of acquiring a house for sale.

Below, you can find a list of professionals that come in handy when looking for houses for sale:

  • Lender – Is someone capable of lending you the money you need to complete the purchase of the house for sale
  • Insurer – Insurance companies provide building insurances and other financial products you need to protect your real estate assets
  • Conveyancer – This professional will take care of the legal work needed when looking for a house for sale
  • Surveyor – Use this professional to assess the condition of the house for sale you are willing to buy, get an independent valuation and feel more comfortable when negotiating the final price
  • Mortgage broker or adviser – Different buyers can access different mortgages to buy a house for sale. Let the mortgage broker suggest to you which one is the best given your financial situation
  • Energy professional – Nowadays is more important than ever, to get professional advice on the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) of the house for sale you are considering as your next investment

In Eccleston, what are the rental yields?

Let’s consider that you’re not looking to buy a house for sale to live in for the long term future such as if you changed location with your family and want to settle down and you want to find somewhere to buy as an investor in Eccleston. If this is the case, rental yield is a crucial statistic to consider.

If looking to invest, you should also consider other data about the area. The average rental income, the turnover of the sale of the house and what the net rental yields are like for the area do also have an impact on the final price of houses for sale in Eccleston.

It is clear to see from the table below that there is a difference between all of these pieces of information and how they can be compared and contrasted on a county level (Merseyside), a regional level (North West) and finally on the level of the city talked about in this article, Eccleston.

Average Yield Average Asking rent Turnover (rental) Turnover (sale)
Eccleston £0 £612 £1 £0
Merseyside 4.76% £735.14 120.31% 21.51%
North West 0.04 807.60 £1 20.19%

You may also find it useful to compare the data above to the number of properties sold per month Eccleston experiences. This figure for house sales per month is 27. Looking at all this information holistically is what a smart investor should do when deciding on the right area for investment before looking for houses for sale.

What is the growth in the housing market of Eccleston?

Whenever you are thinking about looking for houses for sale in Eccleston, think about how the city is growing and how this may impact the overall growth of the area.

Comparing the growth at different time periods would be a great way to assess whether the growth has slowed down, remained the same or perhaps stagnated over the years.

1 year 3 years 5 years
Eccleston growth rate -9% 6% 2%

As the population of Eccleston grows, this may also push up the price of the houses for sale. More people would be looking to buy homes and permanently live in the area. This demand helps a home appreciate. However, this isn’t always true because some cities build a lot of houses too to match the supply.

What are the demographics like in the city of Eccleston?

In the city of Eccleston, the demographics are unique and must be looked at by themself to make a conclusion about the area before buying a house. This is because the growth could be greatly different to the wider area of Merseyside for example.

These demographics for Eccleston may impact the price of a house, how this house grows over time and the profitability of a house if you are buying it for an investment so knowing the area is crucial for a landlord making a purchasing decision in the city of Eccleston in North West.

What’s crime like in Eccleston?

For the city of Eccleston, crime rate is at 18600%. So for every 1000 people in the area, 18600% commit a crime which is prosecuted. Paying close attention to this figure of crime rate is not only important for the value of a house but also to calculate the maintenance cost of owning a house and how attractive an area can be for future buyers.

So, compare it to the nationwide average of 79.52 per 1000 people and consider if you are happy with this figure based on the price you’re paying for a house you’re interested in.

On top of this, houses that are in areas where there is a high crime rate tend to have to pay higher insurance rates, costing a homeowner in the long term.

Additionally, paying for further security on a house such as CCTV or potentially gates and fences that deter thieves may be necessary for an area with a high crime rate.

In the city of Eccleston, is there a lot of green space?

In the city of Eccleston, there are 14 acres of green space per 1000 residents.

The charity, ‘Fields in Trusts’ recommends a minimum of 6 acres of green space per 1000 people so it is easy to see where Eccleston is when seeing if green space availability is sufficient. This green space could be parks, nature reserves, public gardens or playing fields.

What salary does the community in Eccleston take home?

By and large, a higher household income in a population can have positive effects on the crime rate and the quality of space. This is due to the fact that higher earners tend to buy houses where there are better schools and more desirable amenities that impact the quality of life someone has.

In Eccleston, the average income is £38,600.00. Measuring this figure against the average household income for the UK of price34,000 should tell you if the city is higher or lower earning.

When buying a house, use this statistic with other factors when making a decision too like the crime rate or the social grade score of 17% to decide on what the demographics are like in the area.

Is the education level of Eccleston important when buying a house?

In the city of Eccleston, 23% of people have degrees. In general, as the number of people who are highly educated goes up, the more likely they are to have the ability to buy houses as their annual household income goes up too.

So you can see for yourself, the average income for the people of Eccleston is £38,600.00. This generally goes up with the education level of the area. Additionally, looking at the difference between the proportion of people with degrees and the UK average for this statistic (22.6%) should give you an idea of the affluence and education of the city.

A higher education level can therefore tell you if the house prices are likely to be high as the higher income level often results in people buying a bigger, more valuable house.

Having said this, whale education level can be a good factor to go by, there are also things like the rental yields, the population growth and social grades scores that can impact the value of a house and whether it will go up in value as time goes on.

What is a social grade score and how does this relate to Eccleston?

The social grade of a city is useful when searching for a house for sale because it tells you what kind of jobs people have in the area. For example, there could be a lot of skilled manual workers or there could be a lot of pensioners and people on benefits.

The scale goes from a social grade of an A who are high managerial, administrative or professional workers to an E where people in this category are on state pensions, casual workers or unemployed on state benefits. The number of people in Eccleston in grades A or B which are the highest skilled roles in the country is 17%.

Realistically, you can expect workers in this category to earn a higher salary too. For comparison, £38,600.00 is the average household income of the area. You can see how this figure is congruent with the number of people in the top two categories of the social grade at 17%.

What is the population of Eccleston?

Population growth in Eccleston is important to know if there is housing demand and the total population may also be looked at as large populations commonly have a lot of buyer demand.

In Eccleston, 38450 people live in the city as their main place of residence.

It is important to note that it is not the case that everyone likes a large population to live in. People who tend to prefer a more relaxed life are more likely to buy or rent somewhere to live that has a small population and perhaps also wouldn’t mind if the population isn’t growing.

Other people also like to have a mix of both. Where they can visit rural areas and also benefit from the amenities of a busy city.

In Eccleston in the previous five years, have population numbers transformed?

Five years may seem like a long time but it is rare for a city to grow that much unless there is dramatic population growth. In Eccleston, this change has been 2%. Read more here

Someone who wishes to find out how this change has occurred over a longer period of time may also wish to read the headings below and see if the change has continued throughout the past decade too. Or if the change is only true for the more recent figure for five years of 2%. Click here to know more on the UK population trends.

Over the last decade, how has the population differed in Eccleston?

Populations change all the time but if there is a clear change in population in the last ten years this is even more reliable data about the population of the area as opposed to five. This adjustment in population works out to be 3% in Eccleston.

What this statistic is like in comparison to the population change in five years should provide you with a comprehensive understanding of what direction the population is heading in.

In recent years because of the pandemic, it is common to see dramatic differences in the population change in the last five years when comparing it to ten as people realise they can work from home but still keep the current jobs they have.

This means they can move to cities they wouldn’t have considered otherwise and be location-independent of their source of income. Perhaps making a longer commute into the office every week for example.

Are the people of Eccleston deprived?

The deprivation levels of the UK can vary quite a bit. High deprivation levels signal a particular area has people who are struggling to make ends meet and pay for basic living expenses. For Eccleston, in particular, the deprivation levels are £0.

This figure can be contrasted with the deprivation levels of the UK of 33% to see if the levels are below or above average.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

If you are a landlord, should you renovate a property in the city of Eccleston?

Every single month in Eccleston, there are 14 planning applications, of which 94% result in a success. Look at this in terms of the population size of 38450 to work out if you think you’d have good planning success if you were to renovate.

How many property sales occur per month in Eccleston?

The city of Eccleston sees around 27 property transactions every month, while the nationwide figure for the whole of the United Kingdom stands at roughly 1.1 million property sales.

How does the population in a city like Eccleston change annually?

To work out how the population of Eccleston has changed over time, you can look at the population change over a decade which is 3% and the change in a five year period two which falls at 2%. Compare the two and look at the population growth or decline in recent times to really make sure you have a good understanding of the population

How much are houses for sale priced at in the extended region of Eccleston?

The current average price per square foot for a house in Eccleston stands at £0, considering the mean cost for each square foot of houses for sale there.

Would acquiring a house for sale in Eccleston be regarded as a high-priced option?

Calculate if a property is on the pricier side by matching a listed house for sale against the mean selling prices. In Eccleston, this value is £139,036, compared to the UK’s average of £286,500.

Who are the best estate agents in the city of Eccleston?

Looking to pruchase a home to live in or for an investment? Discover agents in the city of Eccleston below who are ready to help you navigate the home buying journey. From viewing listings to making offers, rely on an knowledgeable professional tailored to your neighborhood and preferences to eliminate the headache of searching:

Estate agent name Phone number Address of agent Email Address
John Brown Estate Agents 441744357057 14 Claughton Street, St. Helens, WA10 1RS Phone number only
David Davies Estate Agent 441744357936 168C Kiln Lane, Eccleston, WA10 4RB Phone number only
Burns & Reid Ltd 441744357885 27 Lynton Way, St. Helens, WA10 6EQ nan
Little Estate Agents 441744357590 60 Bridge Street, St. Helens,, WA10 1NW Phone number only
Stapleton Derby Ltd 441744883322 73 Corporation Street Hayley Leigh (hayley@taberns.co.uk);Mike Denning (mike@taberns.co.uk)

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Donnell Bailey

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Donnell is a property expert focusing on the property market, he looks at a combination of legislation, information from property managers, letting agents and market trends to produce information to help landlords.

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