There is certainly renewed energy in the air as the property market emerges from several months of lockdown. The housing market is receiving the kind of enthusiastic attention stoked by several months
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It’s fast becoming business as close as possible to normal once again now that the property market has reopened for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants...
The release of the property market from its recent lockdown has seen a surge of interest in the homes we live in – whether as owners or tenants. Amongst the renewed interest in property-related news
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Could it be that things are slowly getting back to normal – if only a “new normal” – as far as the housing market is concerned? To help you judge for yourself, here are a few of the latest news..
It’s all systems go as the housing market springs back into life after the enforced lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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While Covid-19 continues to dominate much of our daily news, property markets are nevertheless beginning to reopen as buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants begin to find their feet once again.
Inevitably, our brief roundup of what’s hitting the property news headlines is all about Covid-19 and the impact of the coronavirus crisis on practically every aspect of our lives at the moment.