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Support in the property market during Coronavirus

Posted on 27th March 2020 in Residential Property, Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted by

Vernon Clarke

Partner and Solicitor
Support in the property market during Coronavirus

Moving house can be stressful at the best of times, but the current unsettled situation surrounding Coronavirus brings with it a set of new challenges and uncertainty.

Here at Tozers we found one of our clients in one such challenging circumstance. They were due to complete the move to their new house on Thursday 26th March, after weeks of preparation, organisation and excitement for the future. However, their removal firm went into lock down after the Government announcement on Monday to self-isolate. This had a huge knock on effect for the whole chain, causing it to collapse, and leaving many with questions about their future moves. 

Feeling responsible for helping our client, and the understanding of all those affected in the chain, we stepped in, connecting them with a new removal company, that could complete the move at short notice, allowing our client and all those in the chain to move as planned.

Situations like these may continue to arise over the coming weeks, and we believe its our responsibility to help our clients through their challenges in this unprecedented situation. 

For further information reguarding coronavirus and how its affecting the property market visit our support hub, or if you are in the process of moving and would like any help and advice please contact a member of our team.

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