THE cherry blossom along Kings Hill Road signals the arrival of spring along with daffodils and primroses in bloom and the clocks go forward this weekend giving longer and lighter days and warmer weather.

A time of optimism, a new start, new job maybe and for thousands of people a new home.

With more properties coming on to the market this gives buyers more choice and Rightmove confirm 30 per cent of all new listings are uploaded to their website during the spring months.

At Hunters we capitalise on the fact that more buyers are moving up from Bristol into the local area happy to commute 30 or 40 minutes which is faster than crossing Bristol city centre at rush hour.

They can enjoy a more relaxed market town environment plus considerably better value for money giving a bigger and better home for their budget.

We have made use of our Hunters network of offices throughout Bristol to channel buyers through helping them find their next dream home.

Since the start of the new year Hunters in Dursley have sold considerably more homes locally than any other agent (source Rightmove) commanding a 40 per cent market share of new business instructions within the town.

Spring is our busiest time says Richard Mace, Hunters Director in Dursley, and this year we have higher stock levels plus an excellent choice of new homes both in Berkeley at Marybrook Mews with only four plots remaining and in Dursley at St Modwen Homes, Littlecombe Development, with an exciting selection of three and four bedroom family homes to choose from.

Families who need more space start looking now in order to complete their move before the exam season ahead of summer holidays and start of the new academic school year in September.

So if you are considering a move this year catch the spring market and call Hunters for a free valuation and market appraisal, telephone 01453 542 395.