Despite the significant disruption caused by COVID-19, the intermediary mortgage market adapted well to the challenges of remote advice, having continued to help many achieve their homeownership ambitions.
Despite concerns over how the housing market would respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, activity has increased to record levels in recent months.
As consumers move towards exchange and completion, attention is likely to turn to conveyancers, who face an uphill struggle to manage a wave of activity.
In these difficult times, it can pay to see how other industries are reacting to the crisis to improve how we support our clients.
With so much wealth transferring between generations, these conversations are more important than ever before.
Incorporating relevant and up-to-date product transfer and remortgage strategies are vital.
The new build sector has the chance to reshape the nature of our housing market, says Craig Hall.