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Selling your home is difficult because many essential parts of the process are out of your control. No matter how great your house is or how accurately it has been priced, if there are no buyers in your local market, you won’t sell your home. In some areas, if demand outstrips supply, people with poor homes are selling fast and for an inflated price, so don’t assume that everything is fair in the UK property market.

Summer is a brilliant time to relax, enjoy the sun and have a great time. However, summer is also an excellent time to take care of jobs in and around the house. In winter, it is easy to delay starting many tasks because the weather is miserable. In summer, you may say it is too hot, but this is the best time to get started.

There is no getting away from the fact that selling a home is simpler if you know what buyers are looking for. Many vendors focus on their needs and expectations, but if you want to speed up the sales process, think about what buyers want to see in homes.

Whatever your thoughts about Brexit are, there is no denying it has had a significant impact on the property market. You’ll find that uncertainty is bad for the property market, which is perfectly acceptable.

There is no such thing as an average property transaction, much as there is no average vendor or buyer. Each deal is unique, and it is impossible to predict how long a property dale will take. However, average times and figures are of value and merit in the property market.

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