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By Bay Estate Agents
The Welsh Government has confirmed that the housing market will fully reopen on Monday 27 July 2020, following the partial re-opening on June 22nd.
In a press release on Friday, First Minister Mark Drakeford said,
“Thanks to the efforts we have all made to reduce the spread of the virus, we are taking further steps to re-open more of Wales” and “Coronavirus has not gone away. But if we all work together, we can keep Wales safe.”
This means that viewings of occupied properties can now take place. As a result, viewers can now see a property more than once as well as visit empty rooms in occupied HMOs or shared accommodation.
Some key things to consider:
• All viewings should be by appointment only
• We advise agents to not book back to back visits to a property
• All occupiers should be outside the property when the viewing takes place
• Property viewers should be advised against touching surfaces throughout the property viewing
• Keep the amount of time at a viewing to a minimum
For a full rundown of our viewing and market appraisal procedure, please visit our COVID-19 guidance page at www.bayestateagents.com. Our team are taking viewing appointments with initial viewings done virtually, through video or virtual tour.
There's a better way to sell or let your home. At Bay, we really know the property market. We're local and we'll gladly share our knowhow and experience with honest advice that will be just right for you. So whether you're buying, selling or letting, get in touch. We're here to help.