There has never been a better time to move to Blyth, with regeneration initiatives and new estates being build our wonderful town is only going in one direction.
With a population of over 40,000 we are a medium sized town north of newcastle upon tyne. Blyth is a friendly and diverse community.
Crime rates in Blyth
Crime rates in Blyth has always been higher than other areas of the north east of England but has been reducing steadlily over recent years (source)
Housing in Blyth
There is plenty of houses for sale and to rent in and around Blyth. With an average house price of £128,000 and an average private rental cost of £550 per month the area is certainly affordable. With local transport links to Newcastle city center and the beach on your door step what more could you ask for. We spoke with a local mortgage expert from getmemymortgage.co.uk about blyth who said ‘ Blyth is a great area house’s don’t stay on the market too long due to the lower cost when compared to similar areas such as cramlington and ashington. With the regeneration and more people moving in and the local economy growing it could be an ideal place for property investors to purchase.
If you are looking for a more luxurious location and area the surrounding areas open up to a more luxury setting. With beach and country side surrounding Blyth there is plenty of fine properties to view.
Jobs in Blyth
Blyth has fantastic links to the rest of the north east through bus routes and the metro, this means that it is becoming a bit of a commuter hotspot and the unemployment rate in Blyth is dropping year on year.
If you have anymore questions or would like some advice on the local areas please get in touch.