The Government announcement recently sees a series of steps towards a lifting of restrictions, but what does this mean for the property market? Jon Summers, Head of Agency at Symonds & Sampson shares his views
The dawn of 2021 saw no let up in demand for property in the region; the number of applicants registered remains high, with those ready willing and able competing to purchase homes. As yet, there has been no announcement regarding the end of the stamp duty holiday at the end of March, and the number of buyers and sellers desperately hoping to complete their transaction within the next 6 weeks is putting great strain on all involved.
For many, that’s as daunting as it is exciting. What if you’ve been holding off selling your home during this period of uncertainty? Jon suggests that there is no need to; we are still safely opening doors to prospective buyers. The most important aspect of any house move is having confidence in the professionals acting for you.
• Symonds & Sampson will only introduce buyers to your property when they are ready to proceed, and even then most will have seen a video tour
• We have a reputation for professional service, particularly in sales progression, it’s not all about finding a buyer, our work isn’t finished until the sale crosses the line
• We’re a regional firm, with local staff who live and work within our community and with in-depth knowledge of each property and the surrounding area.
You are in safe hands when you sell your property through Symonds & Sampson, so contact your local office for advice you can trust.