Property news: Shock poll finds more than a third of buyers hope to move by end of summer

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Property news: Shock poll finds more than a third of buyers hope to move by end of summer

Chris Endsor, chief executive officer at Miller Homes, believed the results of the poll were promising - and the buyers’ plans to move this year co

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Chris Endsor, chief executive officer at Miller Homes, believed the results of the poll were promising – and the buyers’ plans to move this year could be critical to the speed of the housing market’s recovery.

Chris commented: “It’s encouraging to see that so many people are still keen to push forward with their property plans as soon as possible.

“With everyone spending so much more time at home during the lockdown, many people will have taken the opportunity to re-evaluate their current living arrangements and this may prompt increased interest in moving home.  

“Whilst circumstances for many may have changed, for example personal finances, work routine or family life, it’s likely these changes will be key factors in what they’re now looking for in their new home; however it’s clear these have not detracted from that desire to find the right property.”

 



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