Property technology company Coadjute reports a continuation of the upward trend in the UK property market, with most key indicators showing volumes back to pre-lockdown levels.
Property technology company Coadjute reports a continued rise in front-end sales activity since the Covid crisis with sales enquiries up by 54% and viewings booked up by 15%, just 7% shy of pre-lockdown levels
Redbrick Solutions, the award winning conveyancing case management provider, has released the second edition of their new ‘Insights’ service, designed to help conveyancing firms compete and succeed in a post lockdown world.
Property technology company Coadjute reports a significant rise in offers in the last week, alongside rises in registrations, sales enquires and viewings booked with estate agents. All point toward the continuing upwards trend in the property market, now rapidly filtering through to offer stage.
Redbrick Solutions, the award winning conveyancing case management provider, has launched a new service to help conveyancing firms compete and succeed in a post lockdown world.
Property technology company Coadjute reports suggests initial activity in the property sector in preparation for the market re-opening.
New pan-industry guidance has been released, the purpose of which is to provide professionals with information to enable them to complete moves while maintaining safety as social distancing measures are eased in line with Government guidelines.
An industry group of leading property software businesses, formed by Coadjute, suggests that the UK housing market is likely poised for recovery, with advance bookings for viewings on house sales surging 182% in the last 4 weeks.
The proposed implementation of reservation agreements has been high on the Government’s agenda in an effort to reduce the risk of sales falling through across England and Wales.
The conveyancing industry has been put through its paces in the last few years and subjected to a multitude of changes. This uncertainty shows in last years’ conveyancing and mortgage data. There is now an increased level of political certainty, however, the Brexit question still looms on the horizon and so the hoped for ‘Boris Bounce’ may be a bumpy one.