area guide SOLIHULL
Jamie Smart founded smarthomes in 1998 with the aim of creating a small-company feel where personal service, care and attention to detail are part of everyday life, with the vision and scale of a larger business. And that is exactly what we have achieved – through a lot of hard work, a great team and a whole load of energy for what we do!
We have evolved into market leaders within the property industry, dealing with sales, new homes, land and commercial. We use the very latest technology in digital marketing and have a big presence on social media.
We are driven by extremely high standards of customer service and our staff are all highly experienced, well informed and extremely motivated to assist you in buying or selling your property.
We provide a full range of property services and work in partnership with The Mortgage Group who are on hand to help with any financial services. We also have professional service providers to help with conveyancing and all your legal requirements.
We’re with you every step of the way!
Jamie Smart, founder of smarthomes, providing valuations, advice and support to anyone selling their home in this area. He knows the area well, understands what buyers are looking for, and knows how to achieve a quick sale.
Living in Solihull
Solihull is a metropolitan county of West Midlands and one of the most affluent areas in the UK outside of London. It is rich with parks, walks and National Trust properties. Historically part of Warwickshire, neighboring districts include Shirley, Castle Bromwich, Marston Green, Meridan, Knowle, Balsall Common, Dorridge.
Touchwood shopping centre and the high street has some of the top high street names including John Lewis, and along with fine dining restaurants and gastro pubs. There are lots of independent shops and endless places to try when it comes to eating or drinking out.
Solihull has excellent road networks, the A41 runs through Solihull and links Birmingham to Warwick. Solihull is at J5 of the M42 and the M40 passes through the outskirts of the Borough. Solihull will be served by HS2 interchange station part of a new public transport service expected to open in 2026 making Solihull one of the best-connected places in the UK.
Properties in Solihull had an overall average price of £301,197 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Solihull during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £300,177. Terraced properties sold for an average of £210,525, with detached properties fetching £614,252.
Overall, sold prices in Solihull over the last year were 2% down on the previous year and 8% up on the 2020 peak of £279,732.
Each member of the smarthomes team is dedicated to their role. We have a team of valuers, property sales consultants, new homes sales consultants, land agent, commercial agent, aftersales, photographers, in-house marketing, mortgage advisors, conveyances and solicitors.
smarthomes have won prestigious awards locally and nationally and boast high ratings on Google and All Agents. All reviews are independently written by our clients that cannot be curated by us.
Smith’s Wood Primary Academy
Tudor Grange Academy
Hazel Oak School
Forest Oak School
George Fentham Endowed School
Balsall Common Primary School
Tudor Grange Primary School
Heart of England School
Lode Heath School
Kineton Green Primary School
Widney Junior School
Langley Primary School