Brexit: Where To Go Next
The October 31st Brexit deadline is behind us, but it leaves behind questions such as ‘What is our next move as a country?’ With everyone wondering about the ongoings of the situation and uncertain as to what information is reliable, it’s hard to find the right advice.
Many people have been wondering what direction is best to go towards, without losing out on chances which may help them in the upcoming future.
Our Mortgage Advisors have been in the property market for many years and have seen how it’s influenced by external factors over previous years, especially with politics. Our Mortgage Advisors are digging deep into their experience to figure out potential outcomes for customers post-Brexit. It would seem that there is a lot of pent-up demand at the moment.
It is for this reason that we are guiding our clients to make sure they get the full spectrum of opportunities available to them, especially if they’re waiting for the right time to come but this may not work out in their favour. If you do have your sights set on moving in on 2020 then we would love for you to come in and chat over your options… We’ll start the process of getting your home valued whilst Estate Agents are quiet.
The process of getting your home prepared and getting it available on the market may take a few weeks. This includes the two or three valuations with secured opinions, a reasonable amount of time for you to decide on an Estate Agent, sign your agency agreement and get the photos finalised.
It is also important to bare in mind that if you’re thinking this others will be too, so waiting may hinder your chances. By the time new year is upon you and your home is up on the market – so is theirs. The more houses that appear on the market will mean the more variety of options there are for potential homebuyers, which will most likely lower house prices in your area.
By keeping ahead of your competitors and delving into the process of getting your home valued now will mean many things, to list a few:
– You’re prepared: when the decision of Brexit is finally announced you have all the information there available at your fingertips.
– No obligation: the decision to sell is all yours, it is not a means to an end but it’s giving you a head start.
– Improvements can be made: If you do decide to sell you have the incentive to spruce up your property but if you choose not to, you already know the figures and the feedback to possibly get the figure higher by carrying out home improvements.
So if you’re thinking of moving home in 2020 or the near future, contact us to discuss your mortgage options. We offer all customers a free no obligation consultation.