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The government announces that even during lockdown those in England can buy, sell and move homes. They hope this will allow the 450,000 people in the middle of moving to complete their transactions.
We know that moving home can be stressful enough at times without the further complication of a lockdown, especially when there isn’t a great amount of clarity from the government.
The housing market in England and Wales is currently on course for a spring surge.
Growing confidence among buyers and sellers following the General Election result is rapidly translating to greater competition among buyers, prompting increases in the value of deals agreed.
Positive annual growth of house prices is expected over the next three months.
Reallymoving's House Price Forecast has predicted that house prices will dip in the next three months.
Reallymoving’s November house price forecast shows that house prices are on track to end the year 4.1% higher than December 2018, despite a politically tumultuous year resulting in low consumer confidence and subdued transaction levels.
Reallymoving’s September house price forecast shows we can expect an average monthly fall of 0.9% in house prices over the next quarter. However, this is almost entirely due to seasonal changes.
Reallymoving’s yearly cost of moving research shows homeowners are paying £10,414 on average to move home, with Londoners paying £24,585.
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