5 Best Places to Look for Property in 2013 by Annie Davis

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Are you tired of tolerating your loud neighbors and dirty
city streets? With the property market on the rebound, there arises many great
opportunities to buy property all over the UK. Just do a little research,
and you’ll find there are plenty of towns that offer different perks and
experiences. Here are 5 of the best places to find a new home this year.

5.
Aberdeen: For Happy Living

Via Flickr by Bernt
Rostad

This Scottish city is reported to be the happiest place to
live in the UK. Perhaps the general air of contentment stems from the low cost
of living and miraculously clean streets. Furthermore, property
values have been rising dramatically in the past couple of years, so it
may be wise to invest in a home in this city. From its fantastic employment
rate to its metropolitan centers bustling with cheerful folk, Aberdeen just
begs for new homebuyers to come and stay. 

4.
Norfolk: A Cultural Magnet

This east coast town is perfect for anyone interested in
culture and heritage, as there are more historical landmarks here than in
another Western European city. Norfolk’s entertainment scene can’t be beat, and
its beautiful countryside offers a wonderful getaway from hectic city life. John D Wood Letting Agents showcase
countless properties for sale in Norfolk, all quaint, well-maintained, and
affordable. Anyone hoping to immerse themselves in art and history should
definitely scope out the Norfolk property market.

3.
Lincoln: Affordable Living & Total Security

If you’re looking for a home to brag about to your friends,
give Lincoln a chance. A study showed that inhabitants of Lincoln carry the
most pride for their town, most likely because of the affordable living costs
and low rate of crime. People who move here often decide that they’d rather not
live anywhere else in the whole world. This location is definitely the place
for anyone who wants to live in a fast-growing town with a burgeoning
economy. 

2.
Harrogate: For Charming Atmosphere

As another claimant to the “happiest UK town”
title, Harrogate boasts a charming atmosphere and wonderful sense of community.
The people here live slowly and deliberately, creating a great neighborhood for
anyone who enjoys easy living. Homeowners here can easily commute to London for
a change of pace without compromising a peaceful, prosperous living
experience. Luxurious new developments are popping up all over the place,
so it’s the perfect time to search for a home in Harrogate.

1. Bath:
Classical Architecture & Youthful Lifestyles

Via Flickr by jay
galvin

You may be surprised to learn that Bath offers its youthful
inhabitants a modern lifestyle among beautiful old architecture. The value of
property in Bath is fantastic at the moment, offering affordable homes within
distance of recreation and great education. Without a doubt, 2013 is the year
to buy in Bath, so you should definitely give this gorgeous town a chance —
especially if you desire an elegant-yet-affordable living experience.

You don’t have to settle for the first place you can afford
if you don’t like the location. With help from your estate agent, you can
easily find a brand new neighborhood to fall in love with.

Sources:


http://money.aol.co.uk/2013/03/27/the-top-ten-happiest-places-in-the-uk/


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/westcountryproperty/9699466/Why-its-time-to-buy-in-Bath.html


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/nov/24/aberdeen-happiest-place-scotland


http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2013/mar/27/harrogate-happiest-town-live-uk-rightmove


http://www.housetohome.co.uk/product-idea/picture/best-places-to-live-in-the-uk-our-top-30/27


http://career-advice.monster.co.uk/searching-for-jobs/local-job-advice/lifestyle-lincoln/article.aspx


http://www.movingetc.tv/video/moving-to-norfolk-england


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/cities/3349725/City-spotlight-Harrogate.html

http://career-advice.monster.co.uk/searching-for-jobs/local-job-advice/lifestyle-bath/article.aspx

http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2006/jan/10/houseprices.business1

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