PROMOTIONSummer reflectionson moving homeWhen daily life returns to normal for many people following the busy summer season,local property expert Julian Rich discusses why September is an important monthfor anyone thinking of moving before the end of the yearThe summer holiday period can provide theideal time to escape the pressures of day today life, relaxand provide quality time toreflect and consider priorities for theLook carefully at peoperties that have beenon the markest for a long time. Longevitydoesn't necessarily mean there is anythingwrong with the peoperty and could presentyou with an opportunity to buy at a goodfigure ifthe seller has realised they werepeeviously too ambitious with their peicingJulian RichGARRNGTONmonths ahead.For some people, this can lead to cementisngplans to move home. Accordingly, there isusually a noticeable increase in activity inheproperty market from early September, asnew sellers list their homes for sale and beuyerscommence their property search in earnesthomes sit on the market for months justbecause the asking price is over ambitiousAchievable timescales?Family buyers will typically wish to movearound school holiday times and for otherpurchasers moving by the end of the yearbecomes somewhat of a psychologicalSometimes it is better to be realistic withyour asking price and generate healthyinterest (possibly leading to competitive bidsituations) rather than being over-ambitiouswith no viewingsBuyers are typically either upsizing locallydeadline to hitinto larger propeties, downsizing intosmaller properties, purchasing after aprolonged period in rented accommodationor moving hack to the reglon with youngfamilies after having built a career in theSouth or overseasDespite advances in technologies to speedup the process of moving home, it canstill take months to progress from youroffer being accepted to picking up yournew door keys. For this reason, Septemberand October are crucial months if you aresteadfast on moving by year end, to allowsufficient time for the legal process to gothrough.So how do you navigate this market?Once in a position to act, ensure that you arevery clear about your search criteria (I wouldrecommend documenting this), listing theabsolute essential aspects and those whichare a 'nike to haveWhat to expect in the AutumnThe shortage of properties may mean thatsellers could still be bullish with their askingprices so buyers will need to be carefulwhen making an offer on a property that itis realistically priced, despite the currentsupply and demand situationNaturally, the smaller the search area, themore sestricted you will be on cholce, so trylooking as widely as possible. It is alwaysbetter so view the peoperties rather thanrelying on desktop due diligence. Too manypeople try to buy property online and missout on gems because they assume a supposednegative is a deal breaker, without taking timeso explore the wider benefits a home may cofferOnce the ideal home has been found, itis important to act both decisively andprudently. Be wise about your nest peropertyparchase and make the most of the marketopportunities that are currently beingpresented whilst consulting professionaladvisors before embarking on negotiationsand a transactionThat said, sellers should also be careful notto overprice their homes. Most buyers areincreasingly savvy about a property's valueand as a consequene, we have seen lovelyGarrington work on behalf of clients who want to invest in property, both locally and throughout the UK. They alsoprovide property finding and relocation services. If you are thinking of moving this autumn and would like furtherinformation on how Garrington can assist finding you the right location and property, contact Julian Rich:01423 206055 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonnortheast.co.uk PROMOTION Summer reflections on moving home When daily life returns to normal for many people following the busy summer season, local property expert Julian Rich discusses why September is an important month for anyone thinking of moving before the end of the year The summer holiday period can provide the ideal time to escape the pressures of day to day life, relaxand provide quality time to reflect and consider priorities for the Look carefully at peoperties that have been on the markest for a long time. Longevity doesn't necessarily mean there is anything wrong with the peoperty and could present you with an opportunity to buy at a good figure ifthe seller has realised they were peeviously too ambitious with their peicing Julian Rich GARRNGTON months ahead. For some people, this can lead to cementisng plans to move home. Accordingly, there is usually a noticeable increase in activity in heproperty market from early September, as new sellers list their homes for sale and beuyers commence their property search in earnest homes sit on the market for months just because the asking price is over ambitious Achievable timescales? Family buyers will typically wish to move around school holiday times and for other purchasers moving by the end of the year becomes somewhat of a psychological Sometimes it is better to be realistic with your asking price and generate healthy interest (possibly leading to competitive bid situations) rather than being over-ambitious with no viewings Buyers are typically either upsizing locally deadline to hit into larger propeties, downsizing into smaller properties, purchasing after a prolonged period in rented accommodation or moving hack to the reglon with young families after having built a career in the South or overseas Despite advances in technologies to speed up the process of moving home, it can still take months to progress from your offer being accepted to picking up your new door keys. For this reason, September and October are crucial months if you are steadfast on moving by year end, to allow sufficient time for the legal process to go through. So how do you navigate this market? Once in a position to act, ensure that you are very clear about your search criteria (I would recommend documenting this), listing the absolute essential aspects and those which are a 'nike to have What to expect in the Autumn The shortage of properties may mean that sellers could still be bullish with their asking prices so buyers will need to be careful when making an offer on a property that it is realistically priced, despite the current supply and demand situation Naturally, the smaller the search area, the more sestricted you will be on cholce, so try looking as widely as possible. It is always better so view the peoperties rather than relying on desktop due diligence. Too many people try to buy property online and miss out on gems because they assume a supposed negative is a deal breaker, without taking time so explore the wider benefits a home may coffer Once the ideal home has been found, it is important to act both decisively and prudently. Be wise about your nest peroperty parchase and make the most of the market opportunities that are currently being presented whilst consulting professional advisors before embarking on negotiations and a transaction That said, sellers should also be careful not to overprice their homes. Most buyers are increasingly savvy about a property's value and as a consequene, we have seen lovely Garrington work on behalf of clients who want to invest in property, both locally and throughout the UK. They also provide property finding and relocation services. If you are thinking of moving this autumn and would like further information on how Garrington can assist finding you the right location and property, contact Julian Rich: 01423 206055 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonnortheast.co.uk

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PROMOTION Summer reflections on moving home When daily life returns to normal for many people following the busy summer season, local property expert Julian Rich discusses why September is an important month for anyone thinking of moving before the end of the year The summer holiday period can provide the ideal time to escape the pressures of day to day life, relaxand provide quality time to reflect and consider priorities for the Look carefully at peoperties that have been on the markest for a long time. Longevity doesn't necessarily mean there is anything wrong with the peoperty and could present you with an opportunity to buy at a good figure ifthe seller has realised they were peeviously too ambitious with their peicing Julian Rich GARRNGTON months ahead. For some people, this can lead to cementisng plans to move home. Accordingly, there is usually a noticeable increase in activity in heproperty market from early September, as new sellers list their homes for sale and beuyers commence their property search in earnest homes sit on the market for months just because the asking price is over ambitious Achievable timescales? Family buyers will typically wish to move around school holiday times and for other purchasers moving by the end of the year becomes somewhat of a psychological Sometimes it is better to be realistic with your asking price and generate healthy interest (possibly leading to competitive bid situations) rather than being over-ambitious with no viewings Buyers are typically either upsizing locally deadline to hit into larger propeties, downsizing into smaller properties, purchasing after a prolonged period in rented accommodation or moving hack to the reglon with young families after having built a career in the South or overseas Despite advances in technologies to speed up the process of moving home, it can still take months to progress from your offer being accepted to picking up your new door keys. For this reason, September and October are crucial months if you are steadfast on moving by year end, to allow sufficient time for the legal process to go through. So how do you navigate this market? Once in a position to act, ensure that you are very clear about your search criteria (I would recommend documenting this), listing the absolute essential aspects and those which are a 'nike to have What to expect in the Autumn The shortage of properties may mean that sellers could still be bullish with their asking prices so buyers will need to be careful when making an offer on a property that it is realistically priced, despite the current supply and demand situation Naturally, the smaller the search area, the more sestricted you will be on cholce, so try looking as widely as possible. It is always better so view the peoperties rather than relying on desktop due diligence. Too many people try to buy property online and miss out on gems because they assume a supposed negative is a deal breaker, without taking time so explore the wider benefits a home may coffer Once the ideal home has been found, it is important to act both decisively and prudently. Be wise about your nest peroperty parchase and make the most of the market opportunities that are currently being presented whilst consulting professional advisors before embarking on negotiations and a transaction That said, sellers should also be careful not to overprice their homes. Most buyers are increasingly savvy about a property's value and as a consequene, we have seen lovely Garrington work on behalf of clients who want to invest in property, both locally and throughout the UK. They also provide property finding and relocation services. If you are thinking of moving this autumn and would like further information on how Garrington can assist finding you the right location and property, contact Julian Rich: 01423 206055 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonnortheast.co.uk PROMOTION Summer reflections on moving home When daily life returns to normal for many people following the busy summer season, local property expert Julian Rich discusses why September is an important month for anyone thinking of moving before the end of the year The summer holiday period can provide the ideal time to escape the pressures of day to day life, relaxand provide quality time to reflect and consider priorities for the Look carefully at peoperties that have been on the markest for a long time. Longevity doesn't necessarily mean there is anything wrong with the peoperty and could present you with an opportunity to buy at a good figure ifthe seller has realised they were peeviously too ambitious with their peicing Julian Rich GARRNGTON months ahead. For some people, this can lead to cementisng plans to move home. Accordingly, there is usually a noticeable increase in activity in heproperty market from early September, as new sellers list their homes for sale and beuyers commence their property search in earnest homes sit on the market for months just because the asking price is over ambitious Achievable timescales? Family buyers will typically wish to move around school holiday times and for other purchasers moving by the end of the year becomes somewhat of a psychological Sometimes it is better to be realistic with your asking price and generate healthy interest (possibly leading to competitive bid situations) rather than being over-ambitious with no viewings Buyers are typically either upsizing locally deadline to hit into larger propeties, downsizing into smaller properties, purchasing after a prolonged period in rented accommodation or moving hack to the reglon with young families after having built a career in the South or overseas Despite advances in technologies to speed up the process of moving home, it can still take months to progress from your offer being accepted to picking up your new door keys. For this reason, September and October are crucial months if you are steadfast on moving by year end, to allow sufficient time for the legal process to go through. So how do you navigate this market? Once in a position to act, ensure that you are very clear about your search criteria (I would recommend documenting this), listing the absolute essential aspects and those which are a 'nike to have What to expect in the Autumn The shortage of properties may mean that sellers could still be bullish with their asking prices so buyers will need to be careful when making an offer on a property that it is realistically priced, despite the current supply and demand situation Naturally, the smaller the search area, the more sestricted you will be on cholce, so try looking as widely as possible. It is always better so view the peoperties rather than relying on desktop due diligence. Too many people try to buy property online and miss out on gems because they assume a supposed negative is a deal breaker, without taking time so explore the wider benefits a home may coffer Once the ideal home has been found, it is important to act both decisively and prudently. Be wise about your nest peroperty parchase and make the most of the market opportunities that are currently being presented whilst consulting professional advisors before embarking on negotiations and a transaction That said, sellers should also be careful not to overprice their homes. Most buyers are increasingly savvy about a property's value and as a consequene, we have seen lovely Garrington work on behalf of clients who want to invest in property, both locally and throughout the UK. They also provide property finding and relocation services. If you are thinking of moving this autumn and would like further information on how Garrington can assist finding you the right location and property, contact Julian Rich: 01423 206055 info@garrington.co.uk www.garringtonnortheast.co.uk