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Christmas Time

Published by: Bianca Keating

I’m going to keep it short this month. After all, Christmas is nearly here. Except for the odd last-minute dash to get a deal signed and sealed before the festivities begin, it’s that time of year when things normally start to quieten down. Not this year. First, we have to put an ‘X’ in the box and it’s a very big ‘X’ indeed this time around. It could bring about so many changes. Will we be in or out? Will we be facing less or more tax and regulations? And where is all this magic money coming from? We’ll just have to wait and see.

Only after that, can we switch our focus to celebrating Christmas. I can’t wait. I’m hoping, by then, we’ll have some kind of certainty over our future direction and it might even be possible to start thinking about the New Year.

It’s amazing, really, in the face of it all, how resilient the property market has been. I can’t claim it’s been a vintage year, but nor has it been a bad one. I am expecting far bigger things in 2020, though, as everyone finally gets on with those house moves they have been putting off for so long.
Right, well, that’s quite enough of that because I’m sure, like me, you are all royally fed up with politicians and Brexit.

So, let’s talk Turkey and crackers. I hope you all have a wonderful festive break, that Santa brings everything you have asked for; that your turkey is moist, your Christmas pud is not too heavy and that the relatives don’t stay too long. I’d also like to thank you all for reading my various blogs
 during the course of this year.

According to Rightmove, Boxing day sees the most activity and traffic on the website of the year!  So, with that in mind, getting your property on the market before Christmas would be recommended. We will be checking our emails over the Christmas period as we like to go that extra mile!

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