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Today is a big day for the country, with a crucial vote due this evening in Parliament on Brexit.
Looking at the agent that EYE uses daily to monitor the market generally, we can see that so far this year this south-east branch has not put one property under offer so far this year, and has just one new listing – although of course it could be marketing properties without publicity.
However, on the other hand, we can also see from social media that Thomas Morris has 42.2% more sales this January than at the same point last year, with instructions up 51.2%.
Then there was the Telegraph story at the weekend about the vendors choosing to sell now, and then sit it out while renting before buying again, in anticipation of picking up bargains after Brexit-related house price falls.
Does this ring any Brexit bell with you?
Of course, none of us can influence tonight’s vote, resolve the Parliamentary deadlock or stave off the defeat that even the BBC reckons is inevitable and which it also says is just a matter of the scale of the defeat.
EYE is neutral on a subject under which the squelchy ground changes from day to day.
However, our readers are welcome to voice your opinions on the possible likely outcomes – and their potential effects on the housing market, which is after all your living.
These possible outcomes include:
- Accepting Theresa May’s deal
- A no-deal Brexit – ie, we just leave: one agent tells us that this could trigger ‘the mother of all recessions’, but maybe you disagree?
- A second referendum – the ‘people’s vote’
- Delaying and renegotiating – by its very suggestion, that would take time
- Staying as we are, in the EU
- Staying in the EU’s Customs Union
- A General Election
SOURCE: PROPERTY EYE
Forty eight per cent of Welsh voters want MPs to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal, a poll has found.
Ahead of Tuesday’s crucial meaningful vote, YouGov asked Welsh voters what they think in a exclusive opinion poll for ITV Wales.
Less than a quarter of people questioned wanted their MP to support the Prime Minister’s deal with the EU and nearly half said it should be rejected.
After our successful charity curry & quiz night, we are delighted to say we raised £590 for the cancer day unit appeal – thank you to everyone who supported the event and a MASSIVE thank you to The Ocean Bar & Restaurant in Broad Haven , who very kindly donated the proceeds from the evening’s curry orders!
10 of our West Wales Ladies will be running, walking and potentially crawling the 5k race for life at Scolton Manor on the 1st of July, to raise money and awareness for Cancer Research UK! To find out details on how you can sponsor them, please find us on facebook! Go Girls!
We are delighted to announce that we are now marketing our properties through Rightmove!
Rightmove have recently announced they have had their busiest month to date with over 140 million visits in March, so we are looking forward to see next months results!
Milford Tritons member and seasoned Tri-Athlete, Daniel Devine, has decided to do one final Ironman event which takes place in Tenby later this year and has decided to raise funds in aid of the Withybush CDU appeal! All funds will go towards supporting staff, patients and family members who attend Pembrokeshire Haematology and Oncology Day Unit at Withybush Hospital.
If you would like to support him, please go to www.whcduappeal.co.uk and follow the link!