December Newsletter


With the new year just around the corner, you may be thinking about making your next property move. If so, we have the top reasons why January is a great time to sell your Bristol home!

Further into our newsletter, if you have been considering selling, you may be wondering how the market is likely to behave next year. Well, look no further... here are the predictions for the 2022 Bristol and North Somerset housing market.

Moving on... Christmas is upon us and the excitement to decorate your home has finally arrived! But, if your home is due to be launched to the market, follow these tips to ensure potential viewers aren't overwhelmed by your decor!

Finally, we reflect on the key home trends of 2021 and look into what 2022 may hold...

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Why January is a great time to sell in Bristol and North Somerset...

It’s a common misconception that market activity lulls in January, ready to resume in the spring. But with demand levels still on the rise, this couldn’t be more wrong for 2022 predictions.


Bristol and North Somerset market predictions for the new year

The trio of low mortgage rates, the stamp duty holiday and changes in buyers’ priorities have all contributed to the incredible demand within the housing market in 2021.


Be careful with your decorations

Year after year, the biggest surge in property market activity happens around the Christmas period, making January the optimal time to buy or sell.


The key home trends in Bristol and North Somerset across 2021 and 2022

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With 2022 on the horizon, you might already be thinking ahead to next year, whether that’s re-decorating a room, renovating a property or simply wanting to add some finishing touches to a space in your home.


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