Manchester Property News

Sticking with it

TomS - Head Tom Simper Jul 13, 2021, 14:50 PM
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Research by Rightmove indicates the vast majority of sales will continue if buyers miss the June or September SDLT deadlines.

A proportion of buyers (25% Rightmove, 42% Dataloft subscriber poll) are likely to renegotiate on price and this may well act as a brake on rising house prices.

Zoopla estimate 1.5 million property sales will take place this year, making 2021 the busiest market since 2007.

Following the first lockdown, just 61% of movers felt a high street agency presence was essential, yet just 1 in 25 sellers used an independent or online agent with no presence. Source: Dataloft, Rightmove, Zoopla, HMRC

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