Buyers, sellers and investors need to arm themselves with the latest market knowledge and online tools to successfully negotiate deals in a challenging housing market, according to property experts Centrick.
It is now more important than ever for home buyers and sellers to understand the opportunities and pitfalls associated with property deals as fluctuating interest rates and economic uncertainty hits the housing market, says Centrick chairman James Ackrill.
To help buyers and sellers get to grips with the current trends, the company is staging ‘How to Buy Like an Expert’. The Birmingham event will see experts from Centrick, personal finance specialist ME Financial, and solicitors A Conveyancing discuss the residential property market and lift the lid on the mortgage market.
James said: “The current market is extremely competitive and we want to help you get the best possible deals. This is a wonderful opportunity to see beyond all the media noise and get to really understand how the market works to put yourself in the strongest possible position to buy or sell your property.
“We are very pleased to welcome Marc Dueck of ME Financial and Kevin Gilbert of A Conveyancing. They will be sharing their market knowledge which could be invaluable to homeowners, landlords and investors alike. We’ll also be looking at innovative features on property portals that you may not be using, and there will be an A to Z of terms and other interesting things for sellers to consider when marketing their property.”
He added: “Competition for homes is high. You want to put yourself in the strongest possible position in order to secure your dream home. That means knowing your local market through research, using online portals, and working with an agent like Centrick that really knows your market.”
The event takes place at Centrick’s headquarters at The Exchange, Newhall Street, Birmingham, on Thursday, November 3, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. Entry is free. Reserve your place here: How to Buy Like an Expert.
Centrick has grown consistently since its inception by successfully prioritising innovation, expertise, and building trusted relationships with its clients to deliver high quality service and results. First opening its doors in 2005, the agency now has over 20,000 properties across the UK on its books and manages over £3 billion in client assets.
Centrick prides itself on being a company of knowledgeable industry experts with a joined-up approach to all aspects of residential and commercial property for both buyers and sellers. Innovation is at the heart of everything it does, helping it to adapt to the ever-changing market. This is all underpinned with a strong ethical code of trust and family values, where the team works as one to deliver exceptional service.
Specialists across both residential and commercial property sectors, Centrick is forward-thinking and agile; always looking for new ways to work flexibly to meet the needs of its clients, using its strength and depth, across the property sector. By investing in talent, leading the way on industry practices, developing its technology and systems, it delivers an outstanding service to clients.
Providing services across the UK, with offices in Birmingham, Solihull, Nottingham, Southampton and London, Centrick’s services include:
– Residential sales
– Residential lettings
– New homes
– BTR and Asset Management
– Estate Management
– Commercial sales
– Commercial lettings
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