Demand for Birmingham homes outstrips supply by six-fold, soaring 66% in a year. Read the article in The Birmingham Post.

Demand for homes in Birmingham has soared by two-thirds in a year – six times greater than the growth in supply.

The city has seen buyer registrations rise by 66 per cent since April 2013, despite the number of homes on the market only growing by 11 per cent in the West Midlands.

Meanwhile, the city is outstripping the region in rising house prices, with an 11 per cent annual rise, compared to eight per cent across the West Midlands, according to Shipways’ West Midlands Housing Market Index.