Jump the January Sale Queue

We are glad to say that during this current lockdown, we are open for business as usual and on hand to assist with any enquiries you may have regarding your home.

As a vaccine to COVID-19 emerges on the horizon and we begin to look ahead to a more positive New Year many of us now find ourselves thinking, what next?

2020 has been a tough year for us all: our collective annus horribilis. With multiple lockdowns, the children being at home and increased working from home, many people have had to consider if their current home still suits their needs.

Although it may already be too late to take advantage of the Stamp Duty Holiday (currently due to end March 2021), many of our clients are still planning a home move and a fresh start next year.

With 2021 just around the corner, we are suggesting to our clients that they take the pro-active approach of instructing us to prepare their property particulars now, ready to launch on the first working day of January or, even before.  Historically, Boxing Day has seen a spike in Rightmove views so why not get your property seen?

With DIY stores open during this current lockdown (and let’s face it, not a lot else to do in lockdown!) why not use the opportunity to finish all of those once neglected jobs and get your home looking its best?

In line with government guidance, we are continuing to work as normal during this lockdown and are available to provide clients with valuations, marketing photographs and draft advertising brochures, all whilst employing COVID-safe practises. For more information on how we operate safely please see our article: COVID19 UPDATE.

Feel free to call us on 01245 266 765 for a no-obligation chat and to find out how to jump the queue for a January sale.

Kate is a skilled Negotiator, working for several years in the local property market helping both buyers and sellers alike. She is friendly, enthusiastic and always looking to help, with paramount customer service at the heart of everything she does.

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