As the leaves turn colour and the dark nights come rolling in, it would seem the change in seasons has not prompted a change in enthusiasm for property. The property market is still buoyant and as always still high on the list when it comes to news and interest.
The residential sales department is still achieving a high number of enquiries and Loveitts have been able to bring some exciting property and developments to the market. Eighteen luxury apartments have come to market in Earlsdon, Coventry by our New Homes team with Help to Buy on offer.
In our letting’s division legislation seems to change almost on a weekly basis and again we saw major changes announced in September. Six months’ notice is required to a tenant to obtain possession back of your property as a landlord, this an extension of three months compared to changes brought in during Covid-19. This again emphasises the importance of using an agent like ourselves who conduct thorough referencing checks on tenants applying to move into your property.
In September we held our online auction. The auction result was a 92% success rate on properties sold which again showed the strength of the Coventry and Warwickshire market place currently. It also highlighted the appetite people have for a potential bargain! More lots are being entered for November so if you would like a catalogue to come to you please email the auctions team on email@example.com .
And as I am sure many of you have noticed and despite these most uncertain times we have changed they way we look! We now have a new style website, brand new for sale and to let boards which shows a modern look, but still references our heritage which dates back to 1843 – something as a firm we are extremely proud of. In an image focussed world we felt it was important to ensure that Loveitts are also mindful of how we look and with the new concept and logo we now have, we are more confident than ever that we can market your residential or commercial property better than ever before.
Paul Barnes is director of the firm. To discuss anything property please contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org