The property market is showing far more resilience to the second national lockdown than it did to the first, which saw the entire housing market, from viewings to home moves, put on hold for seven weeks.
The number of valuations of homes being put up for sale was up by 38 per cent last week following Boris Johnson’s Saturday announcement of the lockdown.
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