Conveyancing in Walsall
Buying a house in Walsall
With a population of around 270,000 in its wider borough, Walsall is located in the West Midlands close to Birmingham and Wolverhampton. Historically an industrial town with strong links to the Industrial Revolution, Walsall is experiencing an era of urban regeneration that is delivering more modern flats and houses to the area.
When looking to buy or sell property in Walsall, you’ll need to instruct a lawyer to carry out the legal work on your behalf.
At My Home Move Conveyancing we take pride in our award winning customer service, innovative use of technology and intimate knowledge of local markets. We are proud to assist homebuyers across the Walsall area, from the bustling town centre to the village of Highgate and the pleasant neighbourhoods close to Great Barr Golf Course.
The average house price in Walsall is £113,395. During the past 12 months most sales in the area involved semi-detached properties, which went for an average of £138,256, while terraces fetched £103,174.
Detached properties sold for an average of £251,153, with flats going for £79,253.
The local authority responsible for properties is Walsall Council. They can be contacted on 01922 650 000 or at the following address:
The Civic Centre
The local area
Walsall grew rapidly from its humble origins as a small village in the 16th century, mainly thanks to the impact of the Industrial Revolution. The 1970s saw significant modernisation of the town centre, and the 1980s the opening of a modern shopping complex. Areas such as the Waterfront and St Matthew’s Quarter continue to be developed, lending Walsall a fresher, more enterprising feel.
The town benefits from excellent transport links to aid its progress, including prime location to the east of the M6 motorway that heads to Birmingham in the south and Liverpool and Manchester in the north. A local road network can get you to local towns like Wolverhampton, West Bromwich, Cannock and Lichfield fairly quickly. Rail services to Birmingham New Street take a touch over 20 minutes, while it takes around two hours to reach London Euston. Birmingham Airport meanwhile is approximately 20 miles from town.
There are a range of good schools in the area for families with children to consider, including Watling Street, St John’s C of E and Ryders Hayes at primary level. Queen Mary’s Grammar, Barr Beacon and Queen Mary’s High School on Upper Forster Street are among the secondary options, while the University of Wolverhampton also has a presence in town.
We’re here to guide you into your new home. Working with experienced conveyancers and industry experts, we help to make your move as easy, cost-effective and convenient as possible.
Why choose us?
We’ll find out what’s important to you and what’s unique about your move, so we can match you with the conveyancing firm within our group that best suits your needs.
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Using the right combination of tech and people, at the right points in your journey, helps to fast track the process and keep you in control.
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