The Warrington Property Market Post-Lockdown - The First 100 Days

Posted on: 17 September 2020

The Warrington Property Market Post-Lockdown - the First 100 Days

In this week’s article on the Warrington property blog, we look at the first 100 days since lockdown was lifted from the property market. I look at how the attitude of buyers and sellers has changed since lockdown and what is actually happening in terms of all these people putting their properties on the market and how many of them are actually selling. The statistics will surprise you!


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