2021, the year after that year that was very interesting and very different in many many ways!
Welcome to the latest edition of the TwentyCi Property & Homemover Report, providing a comprehensive review of the UK property market, created from the most robust property change sources available.
In busy times, when all your staff are rushed off their feet, the temptation is to look to cut out administration tasks and not to pay out on something that you perceive is not necessary at that time.
The latest edition of the TwentyCi Property & Homemover Report has been released. It provides a comprehensive review of the UK property market, created from the most robust property change sources available.
At TwentyCi, we’ve continued to see growth in the UK Housing market in the past week – with more New Instructions and Sales being agreed compared to the same weeks in 2019. But with the numbers of properties on the market rising, and the number of sales being agreed rising week on week, is your business ready for the consumers when they will need your services?
During these strange last few months we have all had different things that we have missed and I have been talking to a selection of our clients to find out what it is that they have found the hardest to do without:
- Home Movers are worth c£50 billion per annum to the UK economy simply by measuring the direct impact to home moving services and subsequent retail spend
- As such, the Government needs to find an exit strategy from lock down for the housing market as quickly and as safely as possible
- Further, it would be economically sensible to stimulate the kick start of the housing market at the point of lifting the lock down measures
Our sister company, TwentyEA, has found that Liverpool currently not only tops the Premier League in football, but also tops the list of UK cities to operate in for a Landlord.
Whether it is a Budget Home (1), a Family Home (2), or a Lifestyle Home (3) that you are renting out, all three of these categories deliver the best yield for Landlords when compared with any other city in the UK.
Topics: Market Analysis
As always, we continue to monitor the property market. We’ve been particularly interested in how things have been going since the election, comparing the results YoY.
Topics: Market Analysis