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07
May
2021

Rightmove reports superfast sales

first_imgHome » News » Housing Market » Rightmove reports superfast sales previous nextHousing MarketRightmove reports superfast salesBrexit worries aside, time to sell drops to 57 days, the fastest ever measured by Rightmove.The Negotiator22nd June 20160574 Views Many pundits currently report on ‘slowing market sentiment’ and ‘the Brexit effect’ but when all the perceived influences around the property market are ignored, the basic fact is that if an individual, a couple or a family needs – or seriously wants – to move, they will, if they possibly can.This is why house prices rise when those pundits who like peoples’ actions to be neatly pigeon-holed, express surprise at those who are so bold that they move when they choose to move.This rationale is borne out by Rightmove’s latest report, which reveals that the average price of property coming to market has hit a new high of £310,471 with a monthly rise of 0.8% (+£2,320). There have, says Rightmove, been price rises every month so far in 2016, showing that even the well publicised ‘uncertainty associated with the EU referendum’ has failed to halt this year’s upwards price momentum.Miles Shipside (left), Rightmove Director, says, “In many parts of the country, the over-riding factor of supply outstripping demand has so far overcome buyers’ usual reluctance to make major financial decisions at times of political uncertainty. Most seem to be getting on with the certainties they can control, namely if you find a suitable property snap it up. Indeed the figures for average time to sell indicate that properties are being snapped up more quickly than ever.”The average number of days to sell stands at 57 this month, down from 60 the previous month. At this time last year it was 65 days. While some prospective buyers are putting in offers within hours or days, this is an average for all properties and the timescale is from when a property is first marketed on Rightmove to when the estate agent marks it as “sold subject to contract”.The estate agents we speak to mostly report that their local market is ‘strong’ if not ‘booming’ and the two quoted by Rightmove:Rupert Briggs of The Personal Agent in Surrey says, “The market is still very strong in our areas and we have more buyers than sellers. The market is definitely a lot more price sensitive, and properties need to be marketed at the correct price to achieve a good level of interest. There is a little uncertainty regarding Brexit but in general it has not affected the market in our areas.”Kai Logan of Bradleys Estate Agents in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall says, “Activity in the market place remains strong with figures on instructions, viewing and offers all very positive. There appears to be a slight hesitancy with buyers committing to a purchase, particularly on higher priced properties. We expect to see heightened sales activity following the EU referendum when people know the outcome, regardless of the result.”property sales ‘the Brexit effect’ average ‘time to sell’ Rightmove report June 22, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021last_img read more

17
Sep
2020

IHOC : Staring at potential victory entering 3rd period, SU slips in bid to unseat powerhouse Lakers

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on March 6, 2011 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Heading into the third period of the College Hockey America championship game, Paul Flanagan tried to corral his team’s focus.‘We’ve gotten this far,’ the SU ice hockey head coach Flanagan told his team. ‘We’ve waited a year to play in this game. Just play like it and do the things that have gotten you here. Make plays. Make hits. Stay disciplined. Don’t panic.’But Flanagan’s words couldn’t carry the Orange to a win. Mercyhurst was just too strong, and the Lakers’ two third-period goals led to a 5-4 victory in their favor.‘They almost had too much energy between the second and third period,’ Flanagan said. ‘I wanted them to rest, but you can’t slow it down. It’s that energy, that adrenaline.’Before the 3-3 tie became a 5-4 defeat, Syracuse sat squarely in front of what could have been the school’s first championship in just its third season. On one end, there was a Syracuse team that knew it had to patiently deconstruct a vaunted Mercyhurst defense that had given up four goals in a contest four times prior. On the other, there was a relentless Mercyhurst offense led by Meghan Agosta, an all-world player closing out her outstanding collegiate career.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt was only right for the eight-time defending CHA champions to come into SU’s Tennity Ice Pavilion, handle their business and give a final goodbye to conference play for the year. With three goals and 23 shots in the second period, the team with all the championships flexed its muscle.But at the close of the first period, Syracuse held a 2-0 advantage. And by the end of the second, Syracuse had withstood a quintessential powerhouse comeback to keep the score even at 3-3.Momentum shifts and conference pedigree aside, when the two teams broke back into their respective locker rooms, they were still tied. Syracuse was standing on an even level with the team that has won every championship since the CHA’s inception.‘We had lots of momentum going into the second and into the third,’ senior defender Ashley Cockell said. ‘And our main focus was to just keep going after them. Keep getting the puck deep and run their ‘D’ into the ground.’The CHA doesn’t offer an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament to its champion. Mercyhurst would have likely been in the postseason either way, but had the Orange won, Syracuse would have dramatically increased its chances at extending its season.‘I think we really tired them out and got some great opportunities,’ Cockell said.Sophomore Isabel Menard also remembers the time between the second and third period when, for a moment, Syracuse had every chance to be the CHA champion.‘We’re right in this, girls,’ Menard said she told her teammates. ‘We’ve waited for this moment for a while now. I mean, someone has to beat Mercyhurst.‘We were close. We got some penalties at the end, but you can’t blame it on just one person. It was everyone. I’m just really proud of everyone. It was great to be part of it.’Very quickly, Syracuse’s most important second period of the season led to its most important third period of the season. Mercyhurst’s Bailey Bram and Agosta scored consecutive goals in a 21-second span nine minutes into the period, and the Lakers were up for good. The first goal came on a second effort near the net, and the second directly out of a faceoff.If Syracuse can hang its head on anything, it will be that two periods into this game, it stared down a team that is already used to winning championships. A year after losing the championship to Mercyhurst 3-1, SU inched a little bit closer to taking down the perennial power.‘Last year we got this close,’ Flanagan said. ‘It was really a one-goal game a year ago. This year, it’s a one-goal game. Getting back to this game — that was our mission. And we accomplished that.‘Now we just have to figure out how to get over that hump. We want to be the team that’s getting that big trophy a year from now.’[email protected]last_img read more