12th September 2021 – What started as a free half hour consultation during the first Lock Down is now a regular offer. We’ve done over a thousand so far. Since it re-opened on 13th May last year the market seems to be on fire with prices rising by 13% in the year to July 2021 despite predictions of 5-10% falls. Should you sell? Is now the time to buy? What are your options and who can you trust? Free, confidential and with no strings attached. Book your free FaceTime, Skype, Zoom or phone call now.

Many people are understandably concerned about the impact of Covid 19 and what the coronavirus will mean for us all as we Lockdown for the third time. There will be some very genuine issues that we will all need to address but in the meantime people want to know what they should do about buying or renting, selling or letting and how to best to prepare.

90,000 people bought a home in February, many are wondering if they will find that they paid too much for it. Many more are concerned for different reasons.

We’re running a series of free ‘surgeries’ – 30 minute video conferences for anyone who’d like to consider their options. If you’d like to book a slot please email and we can arrange a chat at a safe distance making the most of technology.

With over 300 during the first Lockdown and 600 or more since we are going to continue to run these as demand dictates. So far we have had people who have exchanged contracts worried about the practicalities of completion. People who have sales or purchases agreed and in solicitors hands. Some folk who are thinking of making an offer for a property, others who are in the middle of selling. Everyone wants some idea of what their options are and what they should do.

Now more than ever, people want to ensure that their biggest financial commitment isn’t their most expensive! Book a time that is mutually convenient and the links below will open a connection via FaceTime or Skype.


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157 Comments

  1. I have had a covid clinic with Henry on the phone to look for some expert advice on what to do in the current circumstances. It has been a privilege to talk to him. He has been very open, clear and has passed on really useful tips. I am really grateful. Many thanks!

  2. As a first time buyer with no experience of property transactions I’m incredibly grateful for the advice Henry generously provided for free during a covid clinic call.

    Henry gave me a clear explanation of my options, the current market situation, and a plan to handle it which has left me feeling more optimistic. Key takeaway is to maintain contact with the vendor and show empathy with their difficult situation.

    Thanks again for kindly giving me your time and advice.

    Matt

  3. Henry was great to speak to. He gave me some well informed advice which I will definitely be taking. I recommend speaking to him if you have any property related questions.

  4. Many thanks for taking the time to allay some of my concerns on purchasing a house in these very strange time; and free too. Great to follow on twitter with some very useful links and stats on current housing trends. Keep up the good work

  5. Really clear, sensible helpful advice offering a solid plan at a time when there is so much uncertainty.
    Thank you very much, a very generous offer.

  6. Feel really lucky to have someone so genuine and honest to give us expert advice during such a turbulent time. We are first time buyers and understandably nervous about what’s going on but his advice has made everything a lot clearer. Quick to respond and opened his arms for further help if we needed it. I wish I could thank him more but hopefully he understands our gratitude at this time. Thanks!

  7. I first heard about Henry some time ago from his quotes to the Financial Times – much to the chagrin of some FT website commenters who say they don’t understand why the FT doesn’t cultivate relationships with other buying agents.

    Had a Covid-related chat with Henry this morning – he is an affable guy and he expressed his thoughts in a concise fashion. The advice isn’t revolutionary (as Henry himself admits) but it’s crucial for me to hear from someone who has a clear grasp of current events.

  8. Henry is a down to earth individual who approached my dilemma with a no-nonsense point of view, giving reasons for his thought process, and providing insightful knowledge of the market and where it is heading given current uncertainty.

  9. Thanks, Henry for being a clear head in cloudy times. Quick to respond and informative!

  10. Henry is such a knowledgeable and friendly person, he is selfless.

    I wish him and his family the best

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