We burst into June experiencing some of our busiest levels of activity for quite some time, and we still haven’t had time to catch our breath!
Nationally, the Office of National Statistics last week released their figures for 2016, showing that 78% of neighbourhoods in England and Wales had an increase in the median price paid for property in 2016. This was interesting as the media hype at the moment continues to focus on doom and gloom for the property market which we simply aren’t seeing here.
June started with the general election – something we normally expect would slow the market down. In this instance though, the build-up didn’t even act as a speed bump. In fact, election week was one of our busiest weeks for tying up sales so far this year.
The actual result of the election turned out not to be the foregone conclusion that we all imagined it to be.…
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