A property market changed, changed utterly
From most of the country working at home to virtual viewings stripping out the ‘timewasters’, 2020 was a year in which the game was changed like never before
Quality broadband and remote working possibilities replaced commuting strategy and location as the drivers of an extraordinary year which outperformed all expectations despite the Covid-19 crisis.
As demand continues to drastically outstrip supply, we hope a new wave of those too apprehensive to sell this year will relieve that pressure valve in 2021.
January and February will also bring a changing dynamic as mortgage exemptions come into play, adding to the current exceptional levels of demand.
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