Forefront Property are specialists when it comes to Poole’s property market. We’re based in the town itself, and as such, have extensive knowledge of the area, and the trends for buyers, sellers and landlords.
We take pride in giving our clients a clear picture of what it’s like to live in Poole, and we’re also committed to getting the best possible price for your home. Thanks to our expertise and local insight, we can answer all your questions; providing valuable information about the top schools, the nearby amenities, and the upcoming areas that you should focus your search on.
In addition to our estate agency and letting agency services, we offer a range of other services, designed to streamline the buying, selling and rental process for you. This includes assistance with arranging a mortgage, obtaining an EPC, and marketing your property. If you want to learn more about how we can help you, get in touch with the team today.
With its coastal location, bustling town and fascinating history, it’s no wonder that Poole’s property and rental markets are both thriving. The Sandbanks area is one of the most prestigious locations in the country, attracting celebrities and millionaires in their droves, while locations like Lilliput and Lower Parkstone are ideal for families, and still offer close proximity to the beach.
The transport links are another major draw, with trains from Poole to London taking around two hours. The station is close to the shops too, which makes the area especially appealing for home-buyers. Some notable streets in this location include Denmark Street and Shaftesbury Road.
Families often want to be near the highest performing schools, and as such, the areas around establishments like Parkstone Grammar School, Talbot Heath School, and Poole Grammar School are always sought-after. Houses close to the town centre are also in demand, as they provide easy access to everything Poole has to offer.
The town has a solid rental market; something that landlords haven’t failed to pick up on. The most popular rented properties are usually two- and three-bedroomed homes, though there’s also demand for apartments, and larger family houses with gardens.
Homebuyers should be aware that house prices have been increasing in recent years, though the good news is that there are plenty of options to suit all budgets. There are a few Victorian properties on the market, but for the most part, it’s dominated by 1920s and 1930s semi-detached homes, or spacious modern builds.