Posted by: katalysis
This week, many families found out whether their choice of primary school had been successful. Initial indications are that, in some areas, up to 30% of parents did not receive their first choice for primary school.
Many of us will have made some pretty dramatic life decisions for the sake of our children, not least moving to an area with better schools, or at least our perception of better.
However, the RICS has again reported expectations of little or no upturn in vendors and, therefore, homes coming to the market.
Should we therefore expect less ‘moving for school’ activity over the coming years?
Or perhaps the bigger question, are we misguided to expect that market will ever return to ‘normal’, whatever that is, or was?
Before putting your home on the market be sure you are making an informed choice by arranging a FREE MARKETING APPRAISAL.