Moving House During Coronavirus


Moving House During Coronavirus

Following the government’s announcement yesterday regarding house moving, we would like to reassure you that we are still able to take your conveyancing instructions. As the paperwork usually takes 2-3 months, why not get the ball rolling whilst we are all stuck at home?

Our cloud based phones, case management and banking systems mean we can continue up to the point of exchange.

Here is the government announcement from yesterday but don’t let it stop you from starting the process – we are still here and can support you through every step.

A Government spokesperson said: “Home buyers and renters should, as far as possible, delay moving to a new house while emergency measures are in place to fight coronavirus.

“If moving is unavoidable for contractual reasons and the parties are unable to reach an agreement to delay, people must follow advice on social distancing to minimise the spread of the virus.

“Anyone with symptoms, self-isolating or shielding from the virus, should follow medical advice and not move house for the time being.”

Additional information:
We will be publishing further guidance as soon as possible.
Where moves do need to go ahead, all those involved should take care to follow Government guidance on social distancing and hygiene. See Public Health England guidance:

Call Kate Kenvin today on 01420 558296 to get your conveyancing estimate or if you are concerned about yesterday’s announcement.