September 21st 2020
When the housing market re-opened in May, there was a significant level of activity. This wasn’t a surprise. There was pent-up demand for property, housing deals had been placed on hold and many people’s circumstances will have changed during lockdown.
September 16th 2020
With a deadline in place for the stamp duty holiday, it is easy to see why many vendors and buyers are keen to conclude their property transactions as soon as possible. At Thomas Morris, we have welcomed many buyers and vendors, and if you are looking for assistance in making a move soon, we can help.
September 7th 2020
When it comes to buying property, there is no denying many first-time buyers benefit from assistance. There are Government backed schemes that help people buy, but the Bank of Mum and Dad has long been a way for people to make their first foray into home ownership.
August 31st 2020
While there was a heightened level of activity in the housing market when people were allowed to buy and sell houses, many industry experts believed this demand would tail off. There were a range of reasons why so many people engaged the market at this time, with many of these reasons not being relevant as the year wore on.
August 20th 2020
The stamp duty holiday introduced in early July 2020 is expected to aid buyers in the housing market. Some industry specialists have predicted as many as an additional 100,000 houses will be sold because of this measure.
August 17th 2020
The stamp duty holiday has encouraged many local buyers to consider moving home. At Thomas Morris, we are pleased to say we have welcomed many prospective buyers, and if you have any questions or concerns regarding the impact of the stamp duty holiday, please get in touch.
August 12th 2020
With the stamp duty holiday set to encourage buyers to snap up homes, we are pleased to say we have been busy in the local market, helping buyers and vendors. If you would like guidance on how the stamp duty holiday impacts the St Ives property market, please contact Thomas Morris.
August 10th 2020
The stamp duty holiday is likely to have a positive impact on the housing market for the rest of 2020 and the opening months of 2021. The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) expects an additional 100,000 homes to be sold because of the stamp duty holiday.
August 6th 2020
If you are interested in what impact the stamp duty holiday will have on the Royston housing market, Thomas Morris is here to help you. We are pleased to say many local buyers have contacted us, and we know many others are currently evaluating their options. If you would like to discuss the matter with a local housing market specialist, we are here to assist you.
August 3rd 2020
The stamp duty holiday has provided impetus for many buyers and vendors. We are pleased to say we have been contacted by many people in the local area. If you are keen to capitalise on the savings on offer, get in touch and we will talk you through the process.
July 23rd 2020
If you have spent a lot of time at your home recently, you might think it is a time for a change. Some people will consider moving to a new home, but there will also be many people who look for ways to change their home.
July 23rd 2020
Selling your home can be a challenging prospect, and it is natural for vendors to feel stressed by the process. Even when things appear to run smoothly, there is always a chance problems will arise, seemingly out of nowhere, causing problems with the sale of your home.