9:54 AM, 30th July 2018, About 4 years ago 1
NAEA Propertymark is today issuing its June Housing Report showing the number of sales agreed per branch increased by 13% in June, but is still lower than this time last year
Mark Hayward, Chief Executive, commented: “We have seen a rise in the number of sales which is typical of this time of year as buyers and sellers seek to complete their property transactions ahead of the quieter holiday period. If a seller is hoping to avoid the summer slowdown and is looking to market their home once this has passed, they can spend some time over the coming months ensuring their home is ready for sale, whether it be decluttering, or refreshing the décor.”
Sales per branch and sales to first-time buyers (FTBs)
Supply of properties
Demand for housing
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