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Following on from the guidance given to the property sector for safely starting up again, we wanted to update you further.
In relation to viewings, you may or may not be aware that initially a virtual viewing needs to be available to clients online and if further interest is shown, a viewing in person can go ahead, subject to strict protocols. Health and safety forms need to be completed before a viewing by a client to ensure specific COVID-19 related questions are being asked and subject to sufficient answers, a viewing can take place.
With valuations, the same forms needs to be completed and then we can attend the property to value with social distancing rules in place.
If you want to enter your local branch an appointment will need to be made and you must continue to following social distancing guidelines. Full teams wont be in every office straight away as we work to make each office function as safe as possible.
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We've are actively monitoring the situation with regards to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
At the moment, it is business as normal. However, we are taking steps to mitigate the impact of the changing situation in-line with guidance from UK authorities. We are regularly monitoring the situation and will post any further updates to our social media pages and our websites.
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As a landlord, your main aim is to make money on your investment with the least amount of hassle. With all the potential changes in the rental sector, this may seem challenging. All Mayfair staff are trained to give you expert, professional advice, ensuring you don’t make any poor decisions or invest your money unwisely. We’ll create a tailor-made package that’s as stress and hassle-free as possible whether this is a ‘Let Only’ or ‘Fully Managed’ service.
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Buyers in the South West paid 2.3 per cent more than the average price in the South West (£262,000) in December for a property in North Somerset.
Across the South West, property prices are higher than those across the UK, where the average cost £235,000.
Over the last year, the average sale price of property in the region rose by £1,600 - putting the area 25th among the South West's 36 local authorities for annual growth.
The boost contributes to the longer-term trend, which has seen property prices in the area achieve 0.6 per cent annual growth.
North Somerset underperformed compared with the 0.3 per cent rise for the UK.
First-time buyers spent an average of £220,410 on their property - £550 more than a year ago, and £44,430 more than in December 2014.
By comparison, former owner-occupiers paid £301,740 on average in December - 36.9 per cent more than first-time buyers.