The property market has shown significant signs of rebounding with the stamp duty holiday deadline looming, according to the latest research.
House prices have reduced from record highs as people look to complete property transactions before the end of the stamp duty holiday in March 2021, according to the latest research.
The Government has announced that evictions will not be enforced until at least 11 January 2021, with no bailiff enforcement action, as England enters lockdown until 2 December.
The property market will continue to operate during increased coronavirus lockdown measures in England, the Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, has confirmed.
First-time buyers are finding it increasingly difficult to climb onto the housing ladder as mortgage providers restrict products to only buyers with large deposits during the pandemic, a major study has revealed.