Last updated 23 October 2020

Since the 23rd March 2020, the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic has caused various changes and restrictions within the property market. To help make things easier for you, we've compiled a timeline of events affecting the property market here in Wales;

• 19th October 2020 - 2 week Nationwide 'Fire-break' lockdown announced (Oct 23 - Nov 9)
• 17th September 2020
  - RCT Local Lockdown began
• 14th September 2020 – Face coverings made mandatory in shops and indoor public areas
• 27th July 2020 – Viewings of occupied properties permitted
• 27th July 2020 – LTT Holiday introduced until 31st March 2021, raising the LTT threshold from £180,000 - £250,000 for residential purchases
• 22nd June 2020 – Partial opening of housing market – Estate Agents reopened, viewing of unoccupied/vacant properties allowed
• 23rd March 2020 – Full lockdown implemented throughout the UK

October 23rd - November 9th

Following the announcement by the Welsh Government on 19th October 2020, Wales is entering a two-week circuit break from 6pm on Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November.

Due to this our offices will close from 6pm on Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November, with some of our staff working remotely from home. During this time, unfortunately no physical viewings or valuations can take place, however there are still ways we can help;

  • If you are looking to get your property valued, we can still assist with this. We currently have 3 options available to you to obtain an up to date valuation of your property. Instant Online Valuation, Virtual Valuation, or we can arrange a Physical Valuation from w/c 9th November 2020.
  • If you are currently looking to buy a property, we will be able to arrange physical viewings again from w/c 9th November 2020, please use our Request Viewing option via the property page on our website and one of our staff will contact you to discuss.
  • If you are at the beginning of your home moving journey, why not use this time to Register with us for property matches and alerts.
  • If you require financial advice we can still assist with this remotely, please email us on for further information.

Should you require any further assistance or have any further questions not covered above please feel free to contact us at

If you are currently in the process of buying or selling a property with us and looking for an update, please contact you solicitor or conveyancer in the first instance, however should you require any further assistance from us please email us at and a member of staff will endeavour to assist you as soon as possible

All the staff here at Dylan Davies would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

Thank You



Our current opening times (subject to change)

Monday to Friday : 9:30am – 3:30pm
Saturday & Sunday : CLOSED

Visiting our office

We cannot currently accept any visits to our office, as our agents work remotely during the lockdown period. Please contact us if you need assistance at


When viewings resume the following policies will apply;

Arranging a Valuation

In person valuation

  • we will visit your property at an agreed date and time
  • we will wear full PPE and will maintain social distancing at all times
  • we will spend minimal time within the property looking around, we will have a brief chat outside the property and then return to the office where we will call you or arrange a zoom meeting to discuss the valuation of your property.

Book a Valuation

Virtual Valuation

A valuation without a physical appointment.

Due to our wealth of knowledge and experience within the local area we are able to provide you with an accurate market appraisal of your property without the need for an in-person visit.

  • complete online form and upload your property pictures
  • we will then conduct our research and perform a drive by of the property
  • we will contact you to arrange a telephone call or zoom meeting to discuss the valuation at a convenient date and time

Virtual Valuation

Have a Question?

We will try to keep this page full of all the latest updates and information, but if you still have a question or concern please get in touch.

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