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House Hunters Permitted to View Properties and Move Home during Second Lockdown

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Following Boris Johnson’s announcement of a second national lockdown until 2 December, the Ministry of Housing confirmed that the housing market is to remain open. In a tweet on Saturday, 31 October, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick stated: “Yes – the housing market will remain open throughout this period. Everyone should continue to play their part in reducing the spread of the virus by following the current guidance.” The news presents welcome relief to the thousands of house hunters who are eager to find a property and move house ahead of the stamp duty deadline next year.

How COVID-19 is Changing Construction

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COVID-19 has forced the construction industry to examine carefully, how it conducts business. As a result of coronavirus, construction was left in lockdown limbo, with ambiguous and unclear advice on what was or was not safe.

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COVID-19 – Impact on Business & Property

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The last month has seen a significant change to the short term outlook for the UK and the world as a result of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic impact of measures designed to socially distance people and the enforced ‘lockdown’ is now only starting to emerge.

Article about The Reinvention of High St Retail - Opportunity or Threat

The Reinvention of High St Retail – Opportunity or Threat

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The inexorable rise of the internet over the last 30 years has had a major effect on society and business. It has transformed the way that we communicate with one another, disrupted industries out of existence, created new ways of generating wealth and fundamentally altered our social fabric. Most people now meet their partners online. Social and economic relationships have become more transient, as it has become easier to connect and transact.

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How to Become a Property Developer

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A lot of people ask me how to become a property developer. Given that I have been doing it for the last 16 years, built over 100 properties with a total value of over £20m and accumulated an investment portfolio of over 50 residential and commercial properties, I should know something about that by now.

Evan Maindonald

The Main Thing

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In The Main Thing, I talk about Property and conduct interviews with interesting people I meet. I also cover Investing, Wine, Wirehaired Vizslas, and document my life as an entrepreneur and CEO of MELT Property.