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This article was published on December 22nd, 2016
A new job, a bigger family, a step up, whatever your reason, it’s important to get a conveyancer who can handle you home move with efficiency, professionalism, urgency and cost effectively.
Brexit has made homebuyers a bit jittery but economic experts paint an optimistic future for post Brexit Britain in terms of the house market. A senior economist from the Centre for Economics and Business Research says: “Although Brexit has certainly sent shockwaves, CEBR expects the housing market to slow down, but not plummet.”
House prices are expected to fall by ¼ % next year, as a result of EU investments and labour markets being effected by Brexit, but this is not a huge amount and they are then predicted to increase by 2% in 2018. So predictions for the housing market are actually quite positive and house buyers should take comfort in the long term expectations.
Countrywide chief economist commented, “Forecasts in the current environment are trickier than ever, as the vote to leave the EU has thrown up many risks,”
“Our central view is that the economy will avoid a hard landing, which is good news for housing markets.”
With this in mind, the housing market looks set to remain buoyant and those out there looking to press on with their house move should select the right people to help with this often stressful and expensive process.
It goes without saying that choosing a good estate agent, a good quality solicitor and conveyancer can make the process of moving ten times easier and often a speedier process. At Thorneycroft Solicitors, we have had many years providing comprehensive, cost effective conveyancing services in the Macclesfield, Buxton and Holmes Chapel area.
Our conveyancing process is designed to safeguard your interests at every stage of the transaction, whether you are buying, selling or re-mortgaging your property.
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If you live in Macclesfield, Buxton, Holmes Chapel or surrounding areas and require conveyancing services, please call one of our specialist solicitors for an informal chat on 03300 580 118 or complete our simple online enquiry form.
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