Helping you move in this uncertain time

We know that many of you will have concerns and questions about what the coronavirus outbreak means for your upcoming move, and so we’re holding a live talk to try and help.

Understandably we’ve seen things move more slowly over the past few weeks after what was an extremely busy start to the year, and we’ve seen some property sales fall through.

Millions of home-hunters are continuing to search on Rightmove daily and home movers are still sending enquiries looking to buy or rent their next home.

After speaking to a number of agents, we announced last week that we’ve significantly reduced the fees they pay to us over this period of uncertainty, to help make sure that in the coming months they can continue to help you.

At a time when everyone is staying at home agents are finding alternative ways to keep deals moving.

To help you if you currently have your home on the market, we’ll be hosting a special webinar on Tuesday, 31st March that we invite you to attend.

Spaces are limited, and it’s completely free, so book your place now:

< REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE

In this webinar, we will:

  • Look at some of the many ways in which estate agents are already adapting to help keep moves happening
  • Share practical advice for those already in the process of moving, to help you adapt to what your agent may now ask of you

Together, we can help you discover that there is still hope for you to keep things going.

While you’re here, you may also find these other articles useful:

Property guru Kunle Barker shares coronavirus advice for renters

How to get your home ready to sell

How to research an agent to sell your property


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