The start of the year has been a positive one for the UK’s land market, with enquiry levels increasing and supply coming to the market up on last year. With the Covid-19 vaccination programme in full swing, and lockdown restrictions on course to ease by the summer, we expect enquiry levels and viewings to progress as per a ‘new normal’ during the coming months.
The past year has seen a huge shift in the priorities of London homebuyers, as nearly 74,000 Londoners have chosen to wave goodbye to the bright lights of city life in favour of a quieter, rural yet still commutable location. Offering a unique opportunity for London leavers looking to switch up their lifestyle and settle down in a commutable countryside home, Inland Homes’ refurbished collection of properties at Wilton Park in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, provide the perfect package.
In 2020, first-time buyers made up almost half of all home purchases in the UK, whilst the average first-time property deposit rose by more than £10,000. Extending a helping hand to first-time buyers looking to make their move onto the property ladder in 2021, at Inland Homes’ Venue in Maidenhead, Berkshire, the renewed Help to Buy scheme – now exclusively for first-time buyers – is available on every property.
Our professionals are contributing to a range or property webinars over the next few months, including a focus on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc from both a research and housing perspective. We are also outlining the findings of our flagship commercial property research report, Commercial Edge. All events are virtual, and you are invited to attend.