The UK real estate market is in the midst of a boom – and there are no signs that it is slowing down yet.
With such high demand for properties, new homes put on the market are being taken up faster than ever.
According to British real estate agents Strutt & Parker , houses are now flying off the market twice as fast as before the pandemic.
It now takes about 27 days to sell a home – compared to an average of 69 days in 2019.
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Therefore, if you are looking to buy a new house in Greater Manchester, it is recommended to act quickly when one you like comes up for sale.
Here we bring together some of the latest properties across the region that have been added to Rightmove this week.
There were only two detached houses in Greater Manchester that were added to the market this weekend.
A detached house with four bedrooms is for sale in Drolysden at a price of £ 345,995.
This property has a large open kitchen dining area on the ground floor with a separate living room and a toilet.
Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite, three more bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Found close to Heaton Park, this detached house in Prestwich is for sale for £ 525,000.
The home has a spacious living room, kitchen, dining room, family room and toilet on the ground floor.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, a bathroom, an office that could also be used as a kindergarten and the added benefit of a carpeted loft with central heating and a skylight.
25 semi-detached houses have come on the market in the last three days.
This is the cheapest semi-detached house that has recently been put on the market in Droylsden, with a price of £ 120,000.
This three-bed home consists of a kitchen, living room, bathroom and separate toilet on the ground floor and three bedrooms on the first floor.
Real estate agent Sleigh & Son says this property ‘exudes potential’ and is for cash buyers only.
This three bedroom semi-detached house is on the market in Blackley for £ 180,000.
Well presented throughout, this property boasts a kitchen, living room and a bedroom downstairs that can be used as a utility room if required.
Upstairs there are three good bedrooms and a bathroom.
This home benefits from a large garden that has been very well maintained.
Up in Stockport, this semi-detached house is for sale for the average house price in the UK of £ 250,000.
Located within walking distance of Houldsworth Square, the three-bed home has a double driveway at the front and a generous sized garden at the rear.
The property consists of a large living room with bay in front, an open dining kitchen and a conservatory with French doors opening onto the rear gardens.
On the first floor is the main bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a second double bedroom, a third single bedroom and a family bathroom.
The most expensive semi-detached house added to the market this weekend was located in Stretford.
For sale for £ 400,000, this three-bed home is found on Manor Road within a short walk of Stretford Mall.
The home has a kitchen room with central island and two-fold doors leading to the garden, as well as living room, shower room, utility room and garage on the ground floor.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a fully insulated loft for storage.
There are currently 15 townhouses for sale, which have come on the market this weekend.
This terrace house in Swinton is currently for sale for £ 175,000.
With three bedrooms, the property has plenty of living space and is known as an ideal home for a first-time buyer.
On the ground floor there is a generous front and rear reception, equipped kitchen and a downstairs bathroom.
Second floor has three bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes.
A three-bed house in Levenshulme has been added to the market for £ 240,000.
Located over three floors, this home is listed as ‘significantly larger than your standard three bedroom terrace’.
The ground floor contains a modern kitchen with extension that provides a useful utility room and a living room centered around a fireplace.
A central staircase leads up to the first floor, where there is a master bedroom, a family bathroom and the smallest of the three bedrooms that could be converted into a nursery or home office.
Second floor is a loft conversion currently used for a guest bedroom with en-suite.
At the more expensive end of the Greater Manchester real estate market is this townhouse in Didsbury.
The house is for sale at a price of £ 435,000 and is located in the popular Didsbury village.
On three floors, the property boasts a spacious living room, dining room and modern kitchen with patio doors leading out to the garden.
Stairs from the kitchen lead the way to a converted basement with a chamber used as a third bedroom.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The most common types of properties added to the market this weekend were apartments and flats, with more than 45 currently for sale.
The cheapest to go on sale in the last few days was this two-bed apartment in Swinton, up to £ 100,000.
The apartment on the first floor consists of an open plan living room and kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
There is a private car park at the rear, or for those not driving, it is located close to transport links providing easy access to Manchester City Center, Trafford Center and the surrounding areas.
This three-bed apartment in Hulme has come on the market for £ 130,000.
This apartment consists of an open-plan living room, equipped kitchen, bathroom and three double bedrooms and is located on the first floor of the building.
It is within walking distance of Manchester Metropolitan University and the city center, and is listed as ‘suitable for first-time buyers and investors’.
In MediaCityUK, this modern apartment is for sale for £ 230,000.
Centrally located in the X1 Michigan Point Tower, this property features an open kitchen, living and dining area, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Residents will have access to a 24-hour fitness center on site, secure bicycle storage and a 25/7 security guard at reception.
This apartment in West Didsbury is currently on the market for £ 265,000.
The basement apartment, located on Central Road, has an open-plan kitchen, living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Each apartment has its own private patio.