13 May 2020
The Government has given the green light for the property market to reopen.
This is good news if you are looking to buy or sell a property and the Residential Property team at Phillips Solicitors incorporating Brain Chase Coles are on hand to help you.
Zoë Baxter and Jon Coles who head the team welcomed the news yesterday evening when the government announced plans taking effect today that aims to restart the property market in England.
Estate Agents and Letting Agencies can now open, property viewings can be carried out and removal firms can restart operations, while adhering to social distancing and safety rules.
Prospective purchasers can also visit Developers’ sales offices and show homes and some regulations on opening times for construction sites are relaxed in order to allow safer working practices and social distancing.
Agents are allowed to visit properties to get them ready for sale or rent, which includes making appraisals, carrying out valuations and photography.
Here at Phillips our Residential Property team have been offering our conveyancing services throughout the coronavirus lockdown and so are ready to assist you with your enquiries and provide a full service to those looking to buy or sell their home.
Our conveyancing lawyers are continuing to work hard to make sure risks are minimalised, contracts are kept to and your transaction is as seamless as possible during this difficult time.
We have taken steps to continue to strive to provide a highly personalised service to you and are able to use various video platforms such as Zoom, Skype and FaceTime, so we can get in touch with you and other parties involved in the sale, regardless of location.
To find out more about how we can help you please contact Zoë Baxter or Jon Coles.
Please call us or email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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