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Budget Gives Boost to Sales

Budget Gives Boost to Sales

Beadnall Copley founder Andrew Beadnall was featured in the Harrogate Advertiser, Wetherby News and Ripon Gazette on how the local property market is faring and what he is predicting for the spring housing market.  Read it here:


A leading local estate agent has said the extension of the stamp duty holiday and the Government's promise of a mortgage guarantee for those with a 5% deposit has given a huge boost to the district's property market.

Andrew Beadnall, Director at Beadnall Copley, has praised the announcements which were made in this year's Budget and says they can only mean good things for those wishing to buy or sell their homes.

He is predicting a property boom this spring, with many new houses expected to come onto the market in the coming months, and says the best way to get ahead is to beat the competition.

"With the rollout of the various vaccines in full swing and announcement by the Bank of England that they are expecting a strong bounce back in the economy in spring, there are definite reasons to be cheerful from a housing market point of view," 

"The return of a genuine 'booming and blooming' spring market is very much on the cards.

"Expectation is that there will be an influx of new properties to the market with lots of potential sellers having held off from marketing their properties due to the current lockdown.

"Our advice is very much that if you are considering selling then beat the competition and start the process of getting your property ready to go on the market now."

Experts say demand in the area is already pent up and Beadnall Copley currently has 1,800 buyers registered, which equates to 27 buyers per property.
The first national lockdown last year was followed by a property boom and estate agents are predicting the trend to continue.