With the sales market continuing to boom, many homeowners have secured a high price for their home in 2021, choosing to put themselves in a stronger position by renting during this stop gap period.

What does this mean for the property market?

One-third of homeowners choose to buy or sell in early autumn, making now the best time to put your house on the market.
 
With children returning to school, could a move be on the cards for you?
Having contributed to record-breaking sales numbers over the last year, we consider what's next for the property market following the approaching end of the stamp duty holiday.
Property experts from Rightmove are urging homeowners to sell their three-bedroom homes, as high demand leads to an average selling time of just 45 days.
 
With the summer season well under way, the latest house price reports indicate high asking prices in the UK.
 
So, why is the housing market so hot right now?
For the past 12 years, reports show that August has been one of the most popular months for home moving, with a third of movers choosing to buy or sell between June and August.*
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