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South Yorkshire’s continued property surge in line with national picture

Caroline Murray, partner and head of Graysons’ property department, says the firm is seeing no sign of an end to housing demand – even through the second lockdown..

Last updated on November 30th, 2020 at 01:39 pm

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Caroline Murray

Rightmove recently reported a staggering 67% rise in sales going through the buying and selling process in October compared to the same period in 2019.

The team here at Graysons believes that low interest rates and good mortgage products continue to make it a good time to buy – providing your financial position is secure in the current economic climate.

Caroline says her team continues to work flat out to keep up with demand from people keen to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday that ends in March 2021.

She said:

“House prices are buoyant due to the continued high demand in South Yorkshire. Houses continue to sell quickly which obviously pushes prices up even further.”

But Caroline admits that it’s hard to predict even a few weeks and months into the future due to rising unemployment figures and the continued pandemic causing major economic instability.

Graysons has been moving towards a far more digitally-based conveyancing service with the majority of all correspondence being sent by email. We are also conducting far more meetings by Zoom to ensure client safety throughout the pandemic.

You can get a competitive quotation for selling or buying property, or both, by using our conveyancing calculator, or contact our property experts now for advice or information.

Author: Caroline Murray, partner and head of the property department.

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