Housing Market given the “green light” by the Government

The Government have today published guidelines aimed at getting the housing market back in action. Due to the continuing requirements for social distancing, this is by no means “business as usual”. However, it is enough to ease the deadlock caused by the tough and necessary lockdown conditions imposed on 23rd March 2020. The lifting of some restrictions previously imposed will allow for house moves, viewings and valuations to take place safely. 

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The guidelines include advice in relation to:

  • Preparing your property for sale
  • Arranging and conducting property viewings
  • Making and accepting offers on property
  • Property Searches and Surveys
  • The Conveyancing Process
  • Preparing for your move

 

 

The full guidance published by the Government can be found here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/government-advice-on-home-moving-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak#history

Our conveyancing team are well adapted to working from home. You will not be required to attend our offices to sign any documentation and all advice can be given over the phone or face to face video call. If you would like any advice in relation to the conveyancing process and the new measures in place or would like a quote for a house sale and/or purchase, you can contact our team on 0330 400 4040 or info@haroldstock.com. You can also get an instant quote by clicking on the quote button below. 

 

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Both Rachael Chamley and Claire Lowe were very efficient in handling my purchase and sale. They explained the process clearly and assisted me at every stage. They were also pleasant, co-operative and willing to go the extra mile to ensure things went smoothly. I felt that I was in safe professional hands.

Mrs H May 14, 2018

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