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Move impacted by the pandemic?

If your move has been impacted by coronavirus, we want to provide up-to-date and helpful content to get you moving again as soon as possible. From your questions answered by property experts, through to tips for what you can be doing to make your move easier during lockdown, we're here to help.

Update: As of 13.05.20 the UK government has allowed moving home to continue in England. You can find out more about how estate agents, surveyors, conveyancers and removals firms are trying to keep you safe as you move.



From questions about mortgages right through to what to do as a landlord, we're bringing you information from property experts in the UK.

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Preparing for your move during lockdown

You're home, you've got time and there's the opportunity to make your home a beautiful place to be, speeding up sales when the market returns. Here's our top tips for using lockdown to prepare for your home move.


What is the official government advice on moving?

Home buyers and renters should, where possible, delay moving to a new house while measures are in place to fight coronavirus (COVID-19)....If moving is unavoidable for contractual reasons and the parties are unable to reach an agreement to delay, people must follow advice on staying away from others to minimise the spread of the virus."