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What buyers want in 2020

What buyers want in 2020

Friday, July 31, 2020

A survey by Nationwide in May 2020 highlighted several behavioural shifts as people have reassessed their housing needs and preferences following a period of life in lockdown. Some 15% of those surveyed for example were considering moving as a direct result of life in lockdown and with this came new, different requirements in terms of their ideal home.

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Good news for homebuyers!

Good news for homebuyers!

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Last week’s announcement by Chancellor Rishi Sunak that the stamp duty threshold has been raised with immediate effect to £500,000 until 31 March 2021 is welcome news for homebuyers in England and Northern Ireland. This move will cut the average stamp duty bill by approximately £4,500, with almost 90% of homebuyers set to pay no stamp duty at all. Those buying second homes and investors purchasing buy-to-let properties will also benefit, however they will still be required to pay the 3% extra duty due on the entire price.

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Homeowners get the green light

Homeowners get the green light

Friday, July 10, 2020

Homeowners in England are set to get up to £5,000 worth of vouchers to make their homes more energy efficient, as part of a £3 billion green jobs package announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s summer statement on Wednesday.

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Resilient property market bounces back

Resilient property market bounces back

Friday, June 19, 2020

It is now six weeks since restrictions on property transactions in England were lifted, and indications demonstrate the resilience with which the market is robustly bouncing back from lockdown. It may take three months or so for the housing market to reach a ‘new normal’ but the early signs are good for those looking to sell their property. Demand is strong having been pent up over eight weeks lockdown, the market currently has approximately 50% fewer homes for sale compared to June 2019 and UK-wide average asking prices have risen 0.7% in the past month.

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Top tips when viewing a property for the first time

Top tips when viewing a property for the first time

Friday, June 12, 2020

With current government restrictions on viewings, time spent inside the property is at a premium so be prepared for your viewing to make the most of the time available. Here are some of our top tips.

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Information for Buyers and Tenants:

Information for Buyers and Tenants:

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Now that property sales and rentals can take place again, you may be wondering what happens on viewings and what new safety measures are involved. The following information is designed to help you to understand what is required in the current scenario.

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