The stamp duty holiday is over, the furlough finished at the end of September, unemployment is due to rise and inflation is rife … is this the end of the post lockdown Norwich property boom? Surely, we are heading for house price correction? Forecasting what will happen in the Norwich property market this autumn […]
A lack of new homes for sale in the UK boosted prices again last month even as the housing market slowed following a partial withdrawal of a pandemic emergency tax break for property purchases. On 1st July 2020, the government announced a year-long cut to help buyers whose finances were affected by Covid. Until June […]
As the country reaches another important milestone we wanted to provide an update on our ongoing approach to Covid-19 at Watsons. Over the last 18 months, we have continued to provide services to our customers with minimal disruption. We have had to think outside the box and in some cases, change the way we work, […]
With restrictions being extended for at least another month, at Watsons we continue to do everything possible to keep you and our team safe. We have been following the Government’s sector-specific guidance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and our staff continue to take the safety of our customers and the Watsons team very […]
There is plenty of property news this week, so here’s a quick-read summary of the key points for you, plus our hot tip for maximising the sale potential of your own property.
There are numerous house price indexes covering the property market in the UK. Here we provide a snapshot of the latest data for our region, the wider economy and take a look back at how prices have changed.
From 1 April, all landlords in England must follow new rules to help improve tenant safety.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on house building, the government has said.
The UK will miss its long-term, legally binding climate targets unless the government addresses energy efficiency in homes as a priority, a committee of MPs warned on 22 March.
The government has reissued its official guidance on the possession process for private landlords. The document was originally published last year but was updated on 12 March to take account of the latest extension to the ban on bailiff-enforced evictions and new notice periods for tenants.