Contrary to recent press reports warning the housing market is flattening out, leading Shropshire estate agent, Holland Broadbridge is bucking the trend with rising house sales.

Uncertainty caused by Theresa May’s decision to call a snap general election on June 8, and the lack of property choice is putting house buyers and sellers off, according to a survey carried out by The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Despite this subdued outlook, Gary Holland, partner at Holland Broadbridge reports positive house sales across the county, with no indication of a slowdown in the Shropshire market.

“With the forthcoming general election, it comes as little surprise that many UK house purchasers and vendors may well be holding off until the outcome of the election is certain,” says Gary.

“Yet at Holland Broadbridge we are experiencing a buoyant market with sales of properties continuing to thrive. We are attracting purchasers from all parts of the country who are keen to reside in the picturesque location of Shrewsbury and the surrounding villages.”

Gary adds: “Having enjoyed a healthy start to the year, we anticipate continued optimism as we move into the summer months, with new and exciting instructions boosting stock levels.”

For your free property valuation or to continue your property search with Holland Broadbridge, contact the sales team on 01743 354000 (option 1).

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