The government has confirmed that the housing market can restart once again, with experts expecting to see a surge in activity due to the pent-up demand within the industry.
Never coming to a complete standstill, the new-build homes market adapted quickly, embracing technology to change practices that allowed virtual viewings to continue safely, and supporting house moves into vacant properties where contracts had been exchanged, in line with government guidance. However, the new plan set out by the government to restart the entire market will now spark a more widespread revival across the sector.
Estate agents can now reopen and people can physically view homes where it is safe to do so. Removal companies and conveyancers can operate again, and surveyors and valuers can now also visit properties where social distancing can be observed.
At Freeman Homes, our sales team continue to operate remotely and you can contact us to arrange virtual viewings, book a socially-distanced appointment to physically view a property, or discuss your house move with us.
Oaklands Holt is a collection of 39 detached and semi-detached homes, situated in the scenic Herefordshire village of Weobley. The houses range in size from two-bedroom to five-bedroom, to offer homes designed to suit different stages in life and family types.
Freeman Homes and Quattro Architects have together designed the house exteriors to be in keeping with the area’s more traditional architecture. Inside each you’ll find spacious bedrooms, a contemporary kitchen, living areas that flow for a modern style of living and entertaining, and an easy-to-maintain garden. Freeman Homes’ signature specification ensures that every aspect of the house’s interior is of a superior standard.