The safety of our team, the community and anyone who uses our services is of primary importance to us. We want to play our part in controlling the spread of Coronavirus and help protect the customers who use us, our team and our families. We have completed a COVID Risk Assessment and will keep this under constant review.
Our offices will re-open on Monday 9th November 2020 but visits are by appointment only. We will have COVID-19 prevention measures in place when you arrive, and this will include the wearing of face coverings and social distancing. You can click here to read our updated Covid Secure Policy which details the latest government guidelines and advice on track & trace.
Any visitors to our office will be requested to scan our COVID QR code using the NHS COVID App; this will help trace any visitors in the event of the Coronavirus Test and Trace process being implemented.
Face-to-face meetings, market appraisals or viewings will only take place where we have established that no party is suffering from any Coronavirus symptoms, has been advised to self-isolate or has travelled outside the UK to any country on the quarantine list.
Where an appointment is taking place, there will be some changes to allow us to be COVID-Secure. We will confirm all details ahead of the meeting so that you are aware of what will happen. This process must be followed on all occasions.
We review national and localised guidance on a regular basis and will make changes to our processes and procedures as required.
There’s nothing worse than seeing a property that seems to be trying too hard. When you over-stage your home, you run the risk of it not appearing genuine, or even worse - it could look too good, and therefore when potential buyers view your property, they could leave feeling disappointed. If you are conducting mainly virtual viewings, then a picture really does speak a thousand words. Our fellow Guild members share their stories on what you can do to stop this occurring. Click here to read more.
The UK housing market basked in summer sunshine since re-opening in June, seeing a post-lockdown mini-boom, making summer 2020 busier than usual. Buyer demand soared, up 34% on last year whilst supply to the market is at its highest since March 2018. CLICK HERE to read our latest Autumn Market Report. This reports showcase the positives emerging from this challenging situation which include; improved economy and consumer confidence throughout summer and property prices forecast to be higher than anticipated at the end of this year.
Whether you are moving to a new location, upgrading to a larger home or are looking for a project property, selling your home can seem daunting. If you have never sold a house before, all the unknown processes can leave your head spinning. Maybe you need to sell your home right away or perhaps you are making preparations to put your house on the market in the next year. Whatever your situation, read this helpful guide by The Guild of Property Professionals to prepare you to sell your home for the first time.
Great article by On The Market featuring contributions by Kate Taylor on the positive benefits of living in Abergavenny's conservation area Click here to have a read and contact us for more in-depth information and advice on your property journey.
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