After statistics show that this January was the strongest in the property market since 2005, the hot property market of 2021 appears set to continue into 2022.

The pandemic has influenced rental demand and opportunities across the country, but what does this mean for tenants and landlords in 2022?

Buying your first home is an extremely poignant event in anyone’s life and being able to put down a significant deposit is vital to stand you in good stead for your future repayments.

However, in light of Covid-19, we appreciate that it can seem more daunting than ever to imagine yourself taking that step towards homeownership. 


As your trusted local estate agent, with lots of first-time buyer experience, we have complied these tips to support your saving goals this January.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is understandably a difficult time for many of us to find the motivation to plan ahead and commit to seeing through our resolutions for a healthier, happier and more productive 2022. 


Given the freezing temperatures and lack of sunlight, January can be the least productive month for many of us, leading to a period of hibernation that can last until spring. 


To help you overcome this, we want to focus on realistic and achievable ways you can have a more successful start to the year.