Want to Move, but Can’t Sell Your Home? Here are Your Options
With economic and political uncertainty continuing in the UK at the moment, a lot of buyers and sellers are holding back from reacting until they get a clearer picture of how the housing market will fare.
Britain is currently facing its worst housing slump for 20 years as the outcome of Brexit continues to drag on. Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t just your average house seller who is getting stressed out by this. Celebrities wanting to sell their homes are also feeling the pinch.
The short answer to this question is – when it feels right for you. There are, however, more things to consider than that when you’re figuring out the best time to sell your property. We’ve taken a look at what it means to sell your property across the seasons so you can make an informed decision.
The UK Housing Market has seemed fairly doom and gloom for a little while now as Brexit decisions continue to drag on. However, new figures from Housesimple, an online estate agent, show that the North-South price divide within the property market has narrowed somewhat.
According to a report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), it is predicted that the number of houses being sold will fall as we step into the new year. House prices are also expected to fall within the first few months of 2019 before rising by around 1% after that.
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