HOQ NEWSLETTER - April 2021 - Issue 14
Renewed optimism brought on by the joys of spring
As spring sets in and plants in gardens, balconies and terraces start blooming, our properties provide a more lively, colourful and scenic environment. In all truth, it would be wonderful if more property owners potted more flowers on their balconies.
It's no secret that Malta lacks green, especially in built-up areas and a few plants and flowers could really make a huge difference when it comes to the aesthetics of our inhabited areas. If we all did our little part, the results could be quite remarkable.
With people spending more time indoors due to the pandemic, this would be one way to liven up our spaces. Since we touched on the pandemic topic, it's truly impressive how the property market just keeps marching on strongly, regardless of what it is faced with. Suffice it to say that statistics reveal that March 2021 was up 86% in terms of signed Promises of Sale when compared to the same month for 2020 and 28% over 2018's record month.
Properties are selling, buyers remain committed to buying and demand remains strong. With Covid numbers under control, vaccinations being taken by the vast majority eligible for a vaccine and with hope that tourism will slowly start to resume, we remain confident that the property market would have made it through this trying time unscathed.
We bring you some property highlights below and invite you to get in touch with us should you be looking to buy or sell a property. Meanwhile, we wish you a great start to the spring season and remind you all to remain vigilant and follow the health authorities' guidelines and instructions so as for all to be able to enjoy a summer with less restrictions and with more freedom.