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Hi, Me and my partner had an offer accepted on a flat at the end of January all has been going smoothly until recently. For a month enquiries from the seller have not been answered and the COVID-19 pandemic situation is growing. My partner works freelance and has now had phone calls canceling all work booked in for the foreseeable future working in the climbing industry which have now started to close climbing gyms to contain the spread until further notice. Obviously this is a scary time for everyone not only health wise but also financially. I know nobody knows what the future hold but i am worried, about holding off on this purchase and my partner is wanting to still go forward. I just wanted to get anyone elses opinion on this current situation not just for the short term but for the long term would it make sense to not buy until 2021?
Coronavirus with Crude Oil crash strikes in. All major indices are plummeting like in 2008, gold is picking up in value. UK Oil is almost rock bottom. UK goverment is trying to stimulate the economy, again! Should we be worried already? Is recession coming? Is 18-year cycle a MYTH? Major politics and public people are getting infected by the Coronavirus. What one of major politics will die due to Covid-19? Will this cause a panic? Will this whole uncertainty bring UK property market down in post-brexit era? Is there enough toilet paper for us in the world? None was scared about financial crash early 2008, but the tension is building up now and I am a bit worried... You can click on the image to zoom in. each line - green or red - represents 1 month period.