Rightmove has revealed that 15% of homes are finding a buyer within a week and 30% are securing a sale within a fortnight of being put on the market.Compared to the same time this year, this is an increase of 5% for both figures; in 2019 10% of homes sold within a week and 25% sold within a fortnight.One message from the portal’s analysis of 200,000 home moves is clear – buyers are keen to nail down a deal as fast as possible which, Rightmove suggests, is so that their purchase can be registered before the stamp duty holiday deadline of 31st of March next year.Consequently, the number of homes selling within a week of coming to market is up by 125% compared to the same period last year, and the highest number recorded over the past ten years.Semi detachedThree and two-bedroom semi-detached houses are selling the fastest while the region with highest number of homes being sold within a week is Scotland (26%) and the lowest is London (11%).“Not only are more properties selling in the current market than at any time over the past ten years, but many sellers are finding that demand for homes following lockdown and the rush to beat the stamp duty deadline means they’re achieving a quicker sale, but only if they’ve been priced correctly,” says Rightmove’s property expert Miles Shipside (pictured).“Not every home sells, but those that are well presented by agents, are on at the right price, or are just lucky enough to be in demand are among a record number of homes selling within the first week of coming to market since we started tracking this data ten years ago.”The last 3 months have been the busiest consistent quarter we’ve had since opening 16 years ago. There seems to be a constant flow of new valuations and new properties going on the market and coming under offer very quickly at very good prices. We are finding that some properties are selling within 7-10 days. The stamp duty exemption has without a doubt has taken the market into overdrive. Before lockdown we were busy but now we are crazy busy. I expect it to continue up until January or February with people pushing to get deals done before the March deadline.Read more about the ongoing boom.Rightmove Miles Shipside September 4, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Homes selling within a week of being listed jump by 125% to highest in ten years previous nextHousing MarketHomes selling within a week of being listed jump by 125% to highest in ten yearsRightmove says surge in offers being made on freshly-marketed properties is in part down to the March stamp duty holiday deadline.Nigel Lewis4th September 20200562 Views
when we run a website, we sometimes encounter attacks by hackers. These are a lot of webmaster worry about a problem, but also related to your privacy, property security leaks.
1.2012 years, a clothing company in Beijing was hacked, the account was changed, until there is a customer complaints, remittances are not shipped, the company found that the site was black, causing economic losses.
2. Phoenix reported in an article in 2013 March 2nd that a hacker hacked into a company website and caused 140 thousand financial damage, as shown in figure
from the two CD chart above we can see that the hacking site will cause varying degrees of impact and loss of property, so we how to avoid it? According to the author’s observation, at present, to prevent hackers can take the following measures:
one, check vulnerability
1., if your web site is downloaded from the source code, should check to see if there is a loophole, if found where there are loopholes or suspicious files, should be deleted in time.
2., if you do not understand the code analysis and vulnerability of the webmaster, should find professional website production staff to help you look at. You can also ask for help from some Witkey websites, and a lot of money will help you.
two, do not arbitrarily download the plug-in
we can see a lot of people on the Internet that provide plugins for you and download them for free. If they’re not a plug-in business, you have to worry about it, because we’re going to need to be vigilant when someone gives you the plugin and it’s free. Because now the network can not eat above people so boring, but also do free software for home use, there is always a purpose.
three, often change the background account password
webmaster do not lazy, every month at least change the background of the account number and password. This is also a guarantee for your website’s security. I see many webmaster, once the background account settings, it has not changed, this is very dangerous. We should have a sense of security, an account for a long time, it will inevitably be cracked, so regular replacement is necessary.
four, change the background database address
hacking sites are generally from the background to change your database, for example, your website is online download system, the background is the same, such as: WP, zblog. The system, if we don’t get rid of it also give hackers a convenient, they enter the backstage address you can break your website.
five, account password settings