What does the future hold in store for the property market? Country Life asked one of the nation's leading country property experts.
The property market has had an interesting year so far. First came the ‘Boris Bounce’, swiftly followed by the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing lockdown.
Now, as we emerge blinking into the sunlight, you’d be forgiven for wondering what will happen next.
On Monday July 13, Lindsay Cuthill, head of Savills’ country department, took part in an #asktheagent on the Country Life’s Property page, @countrylifemagazine.
Lindsay answered your questions on the new trends in the market, how to buy, how to sell and everything in between — including the freshly-announced stamp duty holiday.
You can re-live the live video on our Instagram page or watch edited highlights here as Giles Kime, Country Life’s executive editor, spoke to Lindsay:
Lindsay Cuthill joined Savills in 1996 as Head of the Fulham Office until 2003 when he took on the role as Head of Region for SW London. During this time he oversaw the expansion of the region handled some of the most prestigious high value sales in the area.
Since 2013, Lindsay has been Head of the Country Department for Savills and is widely regarded as a true expert in his field, ensuring high levels of personal service and rigorous client care are experienced by all his clients. He splits his home life unevenly between London and Gloucestershire.