Estate Agents Bromsgrove
4 Worcester Road
Our Bromsgrove team is made up of expert estate agents who are knowledgeable about the area and the kind of properties available. Our team have lived and worked in the area for years, so we have the knowledge needed to not only provide an accurate valuation but also to sell your property as soon as possible, for the best price possible. We’ve won multiple awards over the years proving we are the best estate agents in town.
Our town centre office is easy to get to if you want to see us in person. Located on the high street, it’s just a short walk away from multiple car parks and bus stops. We are open most of the week apart from Sunday, so feel free to pop in when you find yourself nearby, whether you’re looking to buy or sell a property!
Bromsgrove Estate Agents Online
AP Morgan Estate Agents Bromsgrove are the first independent estate agents in Bromsgrove to offer our own fully-bespoke online service alongside our usual traditional service that our customers have come to know and love. Our online service is still running from our Bromsgrove office, and you still get the local knowledge and expertise of our local, specialist, award-winning team. Only now you also get your own 24/7 portal and access to the home selling process and your specialist agent whenever is best for you. Your property will still be professionally marketed with stunning photos and expertly-written listings, and you still get access to AP Morgan’s database of local registered buyers – something purely-online agents can’t offer. Choose AP Morgan’s online service and get the best of both worlds, book your free valuation today.
Welcome to Bromsgrove
Bromsgrove refers to both the market town and the wider Bromsgrove district, which covers the nearby Worcestershire countryside and villages. Originally documented in the 9th century as ‘Bremesgraf’, Bromsgrove later became world-famous for its nail making. Bromsgrove was also home to the craftsmen and artisans of the Bromsgrove Guild who famously made the beautiful gates of Buckingham Palace and the statue of the Fortune Theatre in Drury Lane. Today it is home to the Avoncroft Open Air Museum, Sanders Park, The Jinney Ring Craft Centre and the Worcester to Birmingham Canal route. Bromsgrove is also near the famous Lickey, Clent and Waseley Hills.
From our town-centre office, our Bromsgrove estate agents serve the entire area, providing both sales and lettings services to sellers, buyers, landlords, and tenants. We are also proud to have an in-house, specialist, independent Bromsgrove mortgage advisor who can help with all financial service enquiries, and look over the whole of the market to get you the best deal.
Get in touch with our estate agents Bromsgrove team today to find out how we can help you through your property journey.
Just 13 miles from Worcester and 16 miles from Birmingham, Bromsgrove is a town we’re proud to serve as estate agents. It’s a place that is seeing rapid expansion due to its excellent motorway and rail links, local scenery and proximity to major employment centres.
Like other places, it has unique suburbs with their own microcosm of property types and prices - you can read more about each one from Aston Fields to Stoke Prior in our mini-guides and our expert AP Morgan staff know Bromsgrove and its individual areas well.
How is property performing in Bromsgrove?
In a nutshell, very well, with prices increasing annually above the national average.
According to raw data, properties in Bromsgrove had an overall average price of £276,419 over the last year. This is more expensive than the averages in Birmingham or Worcester, of course, as the town is peaceful and leafy, with a burgeoning arts scene and long historical heritage.
The majority of sales in Bromsgrove during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £383,224. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £240,095, with terraced properties fetching £207,668.
Overall, sold prices in Bromsgrove over the last year were 5% up on the previous year and 10% up on the 2017 peak of £251,489.
What this doesn’t show is the price variation across the whole of Bromsgrove - with a range of prices from under £100,000 to approaching £1 million, dependent on size and location.
Central areas are seeing new builds spring up, clustered around the town centre and railway station. Breme Park is a popular area. Alcester Road and Finstall Road have distinctive period properties dating from the Edwardian era and there are desirable villages and hamlets like Bournheath, Lickey End and Burcot, with easy access to the M42.
If you want to know how much your home is worth in this area, contact our specialist team of Bromsgrove estate agents today.
Bromsgrove is not only popular with commuters but also with families as the educational choice is superb here. There are many good and outstanding providers across the three tiers of first, middle and high schools. It was named too as the best area in the West Midlands for girls to grow up in. You can read more here.
Our Bromsgrove estate agents
We are centrally located in Bromsgrove town centre, on Worcester Road, with a team of committed, specialist estate agents Bromsgrove covering the area, where we guarantee you will find both a warm welcome and award-winning service.
Our team know Bromsgrove property intimately and are committed to selling or letting your home for the highest possible price in the shortest time
Our branch manager, property consultants, after-sales consultant, Independent Financial Advisor and a professional photographer will make your property transaction as stress-free as possible - you can meet them (virtually) here.
You will find our Bromsgrove estate agents base open six days a week for any face to face enquiries with a fully bespoke online service, that combines traditional and digital values.