A 90-second speed read to share some resolution ideas to bring some hope in 2021.
99.9 per cent of us cannot wait to see the back of 2020.
And what better time to draw a line under this ‘unprecedented’ year than the opportunity to welcome in a new year. And one which brings new hope.
Below are 10 of the most common resolutions people have made over the past five years, according to polling website You.Gov.
- Exercise more.
- Eat more healthily.
- Lose weight.
- Budget finances better.
- Learn something new.
- Spend more time with friends and family. (Fingers crossed).
- Get more sleep.
- Reduce stress.
- Travel more (here’s hoping).
- Focus on spiritual growth.
And here are five of the most common resolutions we hear home seekers in SIDCUP make.
- A home with more room.
- A home nearer loved ones and/or good schools.
- A home with a room or space enabling working from home. (A new one for 2021).
- A home with a bigger garden or easy access to open space.
- A home with friendly neighbours.
At the heart of people’s resolutions is always a sense of hope.
And hope is something we’ll all be holding onto as we enter 2021.
And at DREWERY PROPERTY CONSULTANTS we’re hopeful the next 12 months will be much better than what we’ve endured in 2020.
Finally, we’d like to thank all our clients, colleagues, and our community for your support this year.
Here’s to hope, happiness and to happier times ahead.
If you are an existing landlord with us (or even another agent in Sidcup) or someone thinking of becoming a first time Sidcup landlord looking for advice and opinion and what (or not to buy in Sidcup), one source of information is the Sidcup Property Blog http://sidcuppropertyblog.co.uk/ or drop me an email or phone call and let’s start a conversation – I don’t bite and I don’t do hard sell … and maybe, just maybe, I could help you get better returns from your property portfolio.
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Paul Long (Director & Author of The Sidcup Property Blog)