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While demand for homes is starting to dip compared how it has been for most of the year, it is understandable that people are questioning if property prices will continue to rise. Both buyers and vendors are keen to find out how prices will move in the next year.

At Fraser Reeves, we aim to provide you with as much guidance and support as we can. We are local property market specialists in Newton-le-Willows, and we stay in touch with what is happening across the country.

 With the COP26 event taking place in the UK in November, it is understandable that many people are thinking about energy efficiency. It is also believed that energy-efficiency will become even more important when it comes to the housing market, with Government guidance expected to lean on greenness as we move forward.

Given that a more energy-efficient home saves money, it is easy to see why many people are interested in making as many suitable changes as possible.

Recent research concurs with our own view that most buyers buy on instinct, typically viewing their eventual home no more than twice before making a decision to buy.

Valuation is possibly the most contentious aspect of estate agency, and emotions run high when discussing most people’s most valuable asset. It is natural that the vendor of a property will want as much as possible for it, as does the agent.

Here’s a quick overview of the property market this November.

The manic race for space prompted by the SDLT concession has definitely started to ease and we are now experiencing a near-normal healthy property market, albeit with a little less stock than expected, because we have sold most of it!

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