Initially announced in 2020, the stamp duty holiday was intended to aid homeowners through the buying process during the pandemic.
As the stamp duty holiday reaches its deadline, a huge number of sales are being agreed.
Since the first lockdown last March, the housing market has managed to successfully adapt to the changes being made and evolve to offer homeowners safer ways to buy or sell.

With the number of vaccine jabs administered in the UK now over 10 million, we can start to imagine a future beyond the pandemic, but it's expected that the 'new norms' many of us have adopted will have lasting effects in our day-to-day lives. 


So far in February, we have achieved 99.81% of asking price and 3 homes have sold in excess of their asking price.*


Within Bridgwater and the surrounding villages, there is a shortage of houses currently on the market. If you are considering a move, now is an excellent time to sell...

As long as they are pre-warned, buyers will be prepared to give you time to find if you need to also purchase.


*Information correct 10/02/2021