The latest Market Review from Move with Us tells homeowners to put their property on the market by September, at the latest, for a chance of moving by Christmas.

The latest average selling times released by Move with Us suggest a home takes on average 88 days to sell.

Those living in Cheshire have been recommended to put their homes on the market as early as 2nd September, closely followed by homeowners in Wales, where it takes on average 129 days for a house to sell – meaning properties needed to have been on the market by 18th August in order to sell by Christmas.

However, if you are living in London you will have longer to prepare for your move, with selling times at just 43 days – meaning home owners need not sell up until the 12th of November.

Robin King, Director at Move with Us has said that those wanting to sell their homes by the end of the year must “start getting prepared to sell now, particularly in the slower paced markets”

Getting your home on the market by September will give home movers a much better chance of selling before Christmas arrives.

If you are looking to sell your home, please get in touch with one of our experienced and specialist residential property solicitors in our Residential Conveyancing Department.  We are able to deal with all conveyancing transactions efficiently with a service which is tailored to your specific needs.

At Myerson, we offer a prestige conveyancing service, providing the highest quality legal advice for discerning clients. Whilst our offices are easily accessible for people in the local areas including Altrincham, Hale, Bowdon, Sale, Timperley, Knutsford, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow and Prestbury, we also act for clients throughout England and Wales. Myerson are also accredited members of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme – the mark of excellence in the residential conveyancing process.

For further information on our prestige conveyancing services, please contact a member of our Residential Conveyancing team.

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