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Seemingly endless political uncertainty provides the backdrop against a property market that continues to show signs of improvement against the odds. With a 5% increase in sales completed in June of this year compared to last year, there appears to be continued growth, with homeowners intent on pressing ahead with their plans.
With the announcement of a Brexit delay at the end of March, there was concern that uncertainty in the housing market would continue long into the summer months. These fears, however, appear to have been premature. In May there have been strong indications that homeowners are getting increasingly frustrated with waiting it out, as we’re starting to see increased activity in the market, which is good news for homeowners.
I was recently flicking through Rightmove listings when I saw one that caught my eye. I’ve moved relatively recently so I’m definitely not in the market, however, I let myself dream for a minute: if I sold my existing home, stretched a little more than I probably should and negotiated well, it would just be in reach. This is the excitement we all feel when we see a house that we think we could make a home.
⅔ of our customers have been on the market with another agent and switch to us because they haven’t seen results after months on the market, or the service they’ve received has frustrated them more in an already frustrating process. So we’ve heard a lot about bad estate agents and have built our company to do things completely differently.