- Jamie Mills
Movement in the Property Market
Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Regardless of your political standpoint, one thing is clear, rumblings of new certainty in the UK economy has had a positive impact on the property and building sectors in the first few months of 2020.
At last there now appear to be signs of activity at all levels.
It is evident that the recent election result and the start of Brexit transition period has fundamentally changed the environment for the building industry and given confidence to those looking to undertake a building project.
For over 3 years we have been saddled with mass uncertainty. Everyone has been reluctant to make any kind of decision, especially one as important as embarking on building a new home or undertaking a major extension and refurbishment.
With the uncertainty gone and greater clarity on Brexit, plans for the future of the country are solidifying and things are looking a lot more predictable.
As consumers start to feel more certain about the future, decisions are being made. We have seen a marked increase in client enquiries and those wanting to kickstart projects that had previously ground to a halt.
The only downside to this upturn in the market is that it is going to be increasingly difficult to secure the best architects, building contractors and interior designers. We are already seeing that the most highly regarded experts are nearing capacity. Clients who are willing to invest in getting the best have been quick off the mark. So it seems that the time to take the next step in your building project is most definitely now!
If you are planning a major building project for 2020 and beyond, we would be delighted to speak with you, help you discover your dreams and answer your questions so that you can get your project off the ground with our expertise. We look forward to hearing from you.
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