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PROMOTION BUYING A PROPERTY IN 2021: A year of two halves? As we enter the second half of 2021 Danny Rowland from Garrington Property Finders seeks to answer some of the questions being asked about how the property market will perform in the coming months For many people, moving home is the largest financial decision they are likely to make and any uncertainty is unwelcome at a time of making such an important decision. The mixed messages being received on the state of the econoeny and the differing easing of local restrictions leaves buyers navigating a their search area, accept a less than perfect property or even consider looking at lower value properties to enable them to compete with other buyers on price. Indeed, most properties are now being sold for their asking price or above, so viewing only those at the cop end of the budget range is likely to lead to cepeated disappointment. Danny Rowland GAFIRINGTON contimaously changing market. There is every reason for buyers to be optimistic and the early signs are that there is light at the end of the tunnel, with indices such as the PwC Consumer Confidence Index an impact on the market, whereas in the Acquiring off-market properties the temporary tax holiday has had more of In the coming months, we are expecting to see more off-market sales as this reporting its highest level since 2008. So far this year, thousands of homebuyers have flocked to the market, resulting in a shortage of properties for sale and prices in many areas rising at an accelerated rate. Equally, reports of new COVID-19 variants and the potential for local lockdowns has had a sobering effecton people's mindsets. Nonetheless, many buyers remain committed low interest rate environment, we predicta to progressing their plans, a core of whom have waited for the frenzied market, seen in selective invitation-only means of selling is increasingly being adopted by many sellers. This method of sale provides vendors with more control of proceedings and pricing. Therefore, it is increasingly valuable for buyers to have a buying agent on their team to introduce them to such opportunities, advise on offers and broker an agreement. Buying sAccessfully off market is not always about price, and a professional buying agent can helpto distinguish other factors that may be pertinent to a seller in order to reach a deal. With a buying agent on side, there is often a competitive advantage through access to more opportunities and professional prime markets, while any saving is always welcome, it has been less of a deciding factor. Reassessment of life and housing requirements has a far greater bearing on decisions to move. Add to this the hope and belief that we're returning to normality, the active return of the more mature 'double vaccinated homeowners to the market, and continued fast paced, but no longer frenzied, market in the second half of the year. With a less frothy marketplace, prices predicted to rise and the popularity of Hampshire continuing to grow, there are few the first half of the year, to cool down and are now becoming active. When is it a good time to buy? The original planned ending of the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday on March 31 was feared to bea'diff-edge' for the property market but instead, this perk has now been smoothed into a 'double speed bump' over the coming months. No doubt this significant tax break has played an important role in fuelling the market, but it is unlikely to be extended further. On property values up to E500,000 reasons for buyers to hang back. guidance, this will belp people to buy in a calmand planned fashion, enabling them to make certain plans in an uncertain world. Navigating a challenging market With properties selling so quickly, sealed bid scenarios becoming commonplace and the continued challenges of accessing the best properties, many buyers are feeling the need to introduce the word 'compromise' into their buying vocabulary. Those struggling to secure a property are increasingly choosing to widen Garrington's consaltants help bayers find and purchase properties that meet their lifestyle requirements. Their local experrise and in depoh knowledge of the property market assists homebuyers to consider a wider choleof properties and purchase more effectively. M you are considering your moving options in the coming months and would like further information on how Garrington can save you time and money making the right decision, contact Danny Rowland: 01962 658 622 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonsouth.co.uk PROMOTION BUYING A PROPERTY IN 2021: A year of two halves? As we enter the second half of 2021 Danny Rowland from Garrington Property Finders seeks to answer some of the questions being asked about how the property market will perform in the coming months For many people, moving home is the largest financial decision they are likely to make and any uncertainty is unwelcome at a time of making such an important decision. The mixed messages being received on the state of the econoeny and the differing easing of local restrictions leaves buyers navigating a their search area, accept a less than perfect property or even consider looking at lower value properties to enable them to compete with other buyers on price. Indeed, most properties are now being sold for their asking price or above, so viewing only those at the cop end of the budget range is likely to lead to cepeated disappointment. Danny Rowland GAFIRINGTON contimaously changing market. There is every reason for buyers to be optimistic and the early signs are that there is light at the end of the tunnel, with indices such as the PwC Consumer Confidence Index an impact on the market, whereas in the Acquiring off-market properties the temporary tax holiday has had more of In the coming months, we are expecting to see more off-market sales as this reporting its highest level since 2008. So far this year, thousands of homebuyers have flocked to the market, resulting in a shortage of properties for sale and prices in many areas rising at an accelerated rate. Equally, reports of new COVID-19 variants and the potential for local lockdowns has had a sobering effecton people's mindsets. Nonetheless, many buyers remain committed low interest rate environment, we predicta to progressing their plans, a core of whom have waited for the frenzied market, seen in selective invitation-only means of selling is increasingly being adopted by many sellers. This method of sale provides vendors with more control of proceedings and pricing. Therefore, it is increasingly valuable for buyers to have a buying agent on their team to introduce them to such opportunities, advise on offers and broker an agreement. Buying sAccessfully off market is not always about price, and a professional buying agent can helpto distinguish other factors that may be pertinent to a seller in order to reach a deal. With a buying agent on side, there is often a competitive advantage through access to more opportunities and professional prime markets, while any saving is always welcome, it has been less of a deciding factor. Reassessment of life and housing requirements has a far greater bearing on decisions to move. Add to this the hope and belief that we're returning to normality, the active return of the more mature 'double vaccinated homeowners to the market, and continued fast paced, but no longer frenzied, market in the second half of the year. With a less frothy marketplace, prices predicted to rise and the popularity of Hampshire continuing to grow, there are few the first half of the year, to cool down and are now becoming active. When is it a good time to buy? The original planned ending of the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday on March 31 was feared to bea'diff-edge' for the property market but instead, this perk has now been smoothed into a 'double speed bump' over the coming months. No doubt this significant tax break has played an important role in fuelling the market, but it is unlikely to be extended further. On property values up to E500,000 reasons for buyers to hang back. guidance, this will belp people to buy in a calmand planned fashion, enabling them to make certain plans in an uncertain world. Navigating a challenging market With properties selling so quickly, sealed bid scenarios becoming commonplace and the continued challenges of accessing the best properties, many buyers are feeling the need to introduce the word 'compromise' into their buying vocabulary. Those struggling to secure a property are increasingly choosing to widen Garrington's consaltants help bayers find and purchase properties that meet their lifestyle requirements. Their local experrise and in depoh knowledge of the property market assists homebuyers to consider a wider choleof properties and purchase more effectively. M you are considering your moving options in the coming months and would like further information on how Garrington can save you time and money making the right decision, contact Danny Rowland: 01962 658 622 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonsouth.co.uk