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The Property Market Is Open For Business, Just With Some Changes

The Property Market Is Open For Business, Just With Some Changes

When it comes to selling and buying property, you may think that with the current global pandemic causing havoc across the globe, that it may not be the right time. But think again! A lot of people have just endured a very strange six months, some of which in lockdown where people either grew to love their home more, or realise they now needed to move on. Now that things are currently under review and the world is starting its engine once more, this means that buying a property, or indeed selling yours is very much a possibility now. 


There are, of course, changes you need to think about. Life as we know has changed anyway with masks and social distancing measures, to name a few new guidelines. So what does that mean for you? As a seller it means that there will be stricter guidance on viewings. Potentially this could be a positive as you should only then be getting serious buyer footfall. For a buyer, it could mean that you have less competition. Not everyone wants to buy, or initially they may need to sell before viewing themselves. It is only positive news, but if you are considering buying or selling, then you may want to familiarise yourself with guidance and rules. This infographic presented by Mansell Taggart could help you identify the do’s and don’ts to help you on this property journey.

Infographic designed by MansellMcTaggart

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