West Country Regional Meetings

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  • NAEA Propertymark Virtual Meeting - Thursday 25th March 2021 12:00 - 14:00
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Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions around events and gatherings of more than 30 people, Propertymark is delighted to be offering members a full programme of virtual Regional Meetings.

With a maximum capacity of 40 people, we ask members to ensure they ringfence time in their diary before booking a place. Meetings will last approx. 90 minutes and will offer a quality programme, with relevant updates, guest speaker, information from sponsors, and a Q&A session.

Please log your CPD on completion as attendance can be attributed to your annual membership requirements. Propertymark continues to deliver an expansive programme of free webinars and virtual training courses (at a small additional cost) during this time. We look forward to receiving your feedback in continuing to improve member services.

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Regional Meetings are open to everyone, however, booking is essential as spaces are limited. For non-members, it's £45+VAT to attend.

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Katie Griffin

Katie Griffin
NAEA Propertymark Regional Exec

October 2019

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Regional round-up

There’s no denying that the uncertainty around when the UK will leave the EU, and the terms under which it will happen, is causing some property market jitters. It’s impossible to say the extent to which Brexit has influenced any changes in the market, looking at transactional figures.

But many argue that the house price dip is simply a long-overdue market correction, which could help thousands of potential first-time buyers who have been priced out of the market in recent years. Many people are waiting until they know more about the whole process of Brexit, but putting your life on hold, and on hold for the unknown, is very tough.

What I’m finding in the West Country, though, is that it is a market of two halves. I’m seeing that some buyers and sellers are no longer waiting for the outcome of Brexit and want to get things moving, particularly as many sellers are realising that it’s just tipped to be a buyers’ market. Some houses are taking time to sell, but that is often the case, whatever the market.

The knowledge of the sale process is often the key to getting the whole property sale over the line to exchange, particularly as the sales transaction process has become more and more drawn out recently. Often, we are able to talk to both buyers and sellers through the whole process, making sure they are aware of the ins and outs of moving house. We can provide guidance and comfort at a time that can often be exceedingly stressful and time-consuming.

I see more of the same in the market, and yes, it’s a tough one out there, but those estate agents that have a plan and processes in place can ride out these blips which might be hitting us along the way. After all, we’ve seen this and experienced this type of market before and the cream always rises to the top.


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