So listening to the Media on the Television , In the Newspapers and on the radio it seems that many people are concerned about the future of the property market.
So her we are at the beginning of another year where for some of us last year is best discarded into the bin-or is it.
There have been endless debates in the media about this and evidence is clear that people like to be known,acknowledged and valued. If you are not actively seeking out innovative ways to interact with your clients then you will eventually lose them to your competitors who are seeking to win them.
I was reading in the paper recently that while the General Election is still months away the effect of published Party policies is having an adverse effect on the Housing Market-the advice appears to be Sell Now.
The government have, with others, attempted to bring an end to the current crisis by investing millions into the banks hoping that this will, in turn, revive the property market. This has been beset with uncertainty since 2006, when it was proposed changes needed to take place in the way that property was transacted.
Afternoon. I have had a hectic day spent mostly discussing with banks and clients as to the effect of the Home Information Pack, Northern Rock and the credit crunch on the property market.I have explained to them that in fact the information being provided in the media is unhelpful and misleading since it takes no account of the facts.The imposition of HIPs onto sellers has undoubtedly created an unwillingness by UK property owners to put their houses on the market speculatively in the hope of being able to purchase another property. The reality regarding the fall in property prices is again designed to worry potential sellers since the increase in value they have never received and the consequent reduction in it’s perceived value will have also affected the property that they may be proposing to purchase.The reality regarding the mortgage