More severe weather on the way says National Homebuyers
Recent severe weather may have caused many UK homeowners to consider making a fast property sale and moving abroad, and it appears more is on the way.
[UKPRwire, Wed Mar 19 2008] After enduring a torrid time yesterday (March 11th), with strong winds and driving rain causing damage to many properties, the Met Office has warned that more strong winds are on the way.
"We are forecasting another swathe of severe gales to affect parts of the UK, although with the focus further north compared to the severe weather on Monday," said Met Office chief forecaster Nick Grahame.
"With this spell of strong winds the Met Office is predicting further disruption to transport and power supplies, as well as the potential of damage to buildings and trees," he added.
Large numbers of homeowners in the UK have already endured flooding in recent months and it seems that, with global warming, severe weather is to become more commonplace in this country.
With that in mind, many people may consider making a fast property sale and moving elsewhere.
Quick house sale expert Julian King says, "As it gets increasingly difficult for homeowners to sell their property at full value, we will continue to see buyers commanding prices on the housing market.
"Buyers are calling the shots and homeowners who cannot afford to see the value of their property fall are encouraged to find a quick sale of their property, to limit losses".
Mr King is a director of National Homebuyers, the UK's leading quick property sale firm, guaranteeing to make an offer to purchase any property in the UK, regardless of its condition or location. The company is also the UK leader in Sell and Rent Back solutions.