This isn’t a blip

  • June 4, 2020
  • Coadjute

We’ve all seen the headlines: the property market is returning to life as lockdown eases. Whether the data is from Rightmove, Zoopla or Coadjute, the figures show the same picture: of rapidly increasing registration, viewings, and in the last two weeks, offers. Many are saying ‘this is just a blip’, that what we’re seeing is … Continued

True resilience

  • May 13, 2020
  • Coadjute

Does your goldfish notice when you move house? I’m guessing it notices the sloshing as the bowl is moved, but not a lot else. I suspect we’re all a bit like that with the Coronavirus crisis. We feel the immediate effects on us but may not notice the subtler, more fundamental changes happening to the … Continued

A moving market

  • April 23, 2020
  • Coadjute

The concept of supply and demand is not new.   In fact, back in 1776, when Thomas Pritchard was still sketching the iron bridge that heralded the Industrial Revolution, Adam Smith was already attending book signings for ‘The Wealth of Nations’ which discusses it extensively.  In the property market, we’re familiar with how the ups and downs of … Continued