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Allan's March Market Update

Allan's March Market Update

Published: 03/03/2020 By Allan Fuller

March has blown in, at last the days are getting longer, it is not long until the first day of  spring on the 20th March and then with the clocks  back on the 29th of march, the prospect of losing an hour has seldom seemed more welcome. Hopefully the rain will ease and all the homes that have been devastated by floods in the UK will begin to recover.

 What has recovered is the level of interest in property with greater volume of sales and letting for my office. After a long period of uncertainty people are getting on with their lives.

 Prior to the election there was a promise of legislation to regulate and licence estate agents, now the government is dealing with trade deals this vital change will probably be  delayed. Our  industry touches most people in the UK more than once in their lives, so legislation is long overdue. When you select an agent make sure they are regulated by at least one of the following: 
 
RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, NAEA, National Association of Estate Agents, ARLA, the Association of Residential Letting Agents, and The Property Ombudsman. That way if you should feel that you have been mistreated, misinformed or simply not treated professionally you will have a form of complaint and if appropriate the right degree of redress.