East Midlands property set for stable 2015, claims legal experts
The housing market looks set for an unremarkable New Year claims one of the region’s leading law firms.
Shani Box, head of conveyancing at Quality Solicitors Mander Cruickshank said expert predictions indicated stability for the year ahead.
“Looking at all the predictions it seems that 2015 isn’t going to be a year of boom or bust for the property market here in the East Midlands,” said Ms Box, whose firm has been given the highest accolade by the Law Society for their expertise in property matters, being accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
“In the UK we have an obsession with property and here in Coalville is no different,” she added. “All the indications should mean a year when there remains trust and confidence in property and thankfully that should benefit the whole economy.”
She said most experts had predicted slow rises and she expected many moves during the year to be more based on lifestyle needs rather than anything else.
“A stable housing market means people move for the right reasons,” she said. “A few years ago when property was rising at an astronomical rate it created a very strange environment and we can only hope the effects of the relatively recent recession has meant people have learnt lessons,” she said.
She added that a home purchase is a highly stressful matter and those involved in a property transaction need assurance that the matter is in the safest hands.
“We try to give our clients realistic expectations as to timescales and then do our utmost to achieve them,” she said. “We also communicate with our clients frequently to ensure they are not kept in the dark.”
As part of their service QualitySolicitors Mander Cruickshank gives all would-be clients a free 30 minute consultation to outline the process.
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