I'd be very careful. I think what we are seeing at the moment with talk of green shoots is a classic bull trap - see the graph in the following link for a good visual explanation..
I've been doing a fair bit of reading about this over the past year or so as a potential first time buyer, and if you look back to previous house price corrections, actual house prices always under/overswing the long term average. As a result, the house prices may now be close to the projected average, but there is a big undershoot coming... again a good visual aid is here
The previous crash lasted 5 years before sustained house price increases, it makes no sense that after possibly the most dramatic period of house price inflation in history, and with our economy in tatters, that house prices are due to rise any time soon.
Currently because of low interest rates those who may otherwise be struggling with their mortgage are coping because of the low rates. Interest rates can only go up from here, and these will be the killer, causing further drops. I'm anticipating a further 20%+ fall from where we are now.
This is of course all in my opinion, it is up to you to decide if you agree with my theories.