Buoyant property market throughout Mid Wales and Shropshire

The property market in Mid Wales and Shropshire remains buoyant, despite the recent two week lockdown in Wales and the ongoing restrictions in England, according to Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd.

The chartered surveyors and auctioneers covering Powys, Shropshire, Ceredigion and Gwynedd have seen a surge in properties coming onto the market and being sold over the past couple of months.

Stamp Duty and Land Transaction Tax Holiday

This is due principally to the easing of Stamp Duty in England and the Land Transaction Tax in Wales, resulting in considerable savings for home sellers.

The property market in Wales and England is open, allowing house sales and moves.

Since the pandemic began, MMP/NL has adapted to working in a new and safe manner for employees and clients.

This has included virtual viewings and appraisals, although these are now permitted in person so long as Covid-19 social distancing guidance is adhered to.


If you're currently house hunting to make the most of the Stamp Duty and Land Transaction Tax holiday, remember that you can conduct a successful virtual viewing to minimise risk even further.

The benefit of viewing a property virtually is that you can decide whether you're seriously invested in the home before physically stepping through the door. You can even organise several viewings within a single day, all from the comfort of your home.


If you are looking to sell your property, remember that virtual valuations offer a safe, risk-free alternative to physical market appraisals.

But we can also undertake physical valuations and viewings while adhering to the government's Covid-19 regulations.

You can contact one of our offices at Newtown, Oswestry, Aberystwyth, Welshpool, Llanidloes, Rhayader, Tywyn, and Machynlleth.

For more information visit www.morrismarshall.co.uk.