The lettings market is booming, with properties letting almost a week faster than in 2020.
Now the pandemic is easing, people are returning to the city centres, which is causing an increase in demand and a shortage of available rentals on the market.
When the stamp duty holiday came to an end, it was expected that the home buying frenzy would tail off, however, prices and demand continue to soar.
Homeowners up and down the country are preparing for the pre-Christmas rush, and with the demand-supply imbalance still providing sellers with optimal market conditions, it's likely we'll see a lot more sales to come before the end of 2021.
Every year, buyers and sellers are swept up in a flurry of market activity across autumn, with October standing out as a busy period for selling activity.
Will you be in your new home by Christmas? Here's where you should start:
The average homeowner will be 57 before they’re able to fully repay their mortgage, so paying off the debt early is a desirable financial goal.*
What is there to consider if you want to pay off your mortgage early?
Last year, the number of adults who worked from home inevitably increased to 37% over lockdown.*
Is working from home now becoming the new norm?