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Property market looks promising in the ‘Boris Bubble’…

Property market looks promising in the ‘Boris Bubble’…

Following on from the decisions made by the UK electorate last week the stability provided by a five year Tory tenure has been welcomed by many in the housing industry.  With many talking about the “Boris bubble” and the positive effect the election result may have on the housing market we are readying ourselves for the New Year push. 

Luckily the East Midlands markets have remained buoyant through the last year in contrast to the slightly sluggish nature of the housing market in the South East.  

Here at Osprey we’ve had the privilege of securing sales and negotiating prices right up to the the last few days in December proving that our local property stock offers diversity and plenty of buying options.  We have already seen a definite change of attitude in people since the election with new properties coming to market in this final week before Christmas and we have seen multiple offers on recent house sales which underlines the immediate demand from buyers in our area for similar houses.

In short the housing promise for 2020 and beyond looks rosey with forecasters predicting a busy start to the new decade.  

If you would like to speak to one of our staff between Christmas and New Year to get the ball rolling then please give the office a call to start the new year with a visit from one of our team to value your property, guide you through the sales process and answering questions you may have. 

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