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OKEHAMPTON AND TAVISTOCK ESTATE AGENT ACHIEVES PROPERTY QUALIFICATION OF EXCELLENCE

John Simmons achieves Propertymark Qualifications Level 3 Award in The Sale of Residential Property

Follow these easy steps to make your home appeal to more buyers, and in turn potentially sell more quickly and command a higher selling price

The goal when preparing your home for sale is to show it in its best light, and to highlight for buyers just how much potential it has for them.   What might be the perfect furniture layout, décor style and storage setup for your lifestyle might not suit most people, so the key is always to look at your home as objectively as possible and perhaps make some tweaks ahead of the marketing photographs and viewings.  First impressions really do count, and the following easy fixes will get you well on your way to a fresh, appealing and market-ready home!

Property Shortfall House Prices Crest of the Wave

The UK has been riding high on the crest of a property market wave through the first half of 2021 with sales records broken and broken again.  But with the end of phase one of the stamp duty holiday now a distant memory (like our heatwave!), is there a market slowdown in sight?  

Miller Town & Country Estate Agents Devon

Despite the end of the first phase of the stamp duty holiday at the end of June, you can read all over the press about how it is still a seller’s market, with demand for homes still far outstripping supply. Many new buyers entered the market in the first half of 2021 following reassessment of where they wanted to live and what they were looking for in a home during the national lockdowns but have been unable to secure the perfect home ahead of the June 30th deadline, due to the intensely competitive market.

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