What does tier 4 mean for the property market? 

England is now under four tiers of coronavirus restrictions, with London and parts of the south east having been placed in the highest tier by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The good news is that under the government’s new advice, the housing market remains open for business, whether you’re buying, selling, renting or letting. Tier 4 – stay at home Tier four replaces tier three as the very highest level of English restrictions and is reserved for areas in England where transmission rates of

Coronavirus increases demand for expensive real estate

Traditionally, sales of more expensive homes have always been slower than sales of other properties. However, this year, according to the UK’s largest real estate website Rightmove, homes worth £ 1 million or more are selling at the fastest pace since 2014 and are the leaders in the real estate market. The number of sales of such houses has more than doubled, and in general, the number of agreed transactions in the real estate market has grown by 61% compared to

Selling a residential property – the Timeline

If you’re selling a residential property, these are the steps you’ll need to take. The timeline below assumes there is not a chain on the property. Putting your property on the market – Week 0 The first step to selling your property is putting it on the market. Normally, this is done via an estate agent who will advertise your property, arrange viewings and put up a ‘For Sale’ sign outside your house. During this stage, people will come to your property for