House prices

Brexit won’t trigger An Outright Housing Crash, But Market To Slow Regardless: Capital Econ

House price growth will moderate over the next few years, regardless of whether or not the U.K. votes to remain in the EU in this month’s referendum, believe analysts at Capital Economics. Vicky Redwood and team point out in their June 6 research note titled “Housing market to cool regardless of Brexit vote” that industrial production and trade data are likely to offer little cause for optimism at the start of the second quarter.
Brexit won’t trigger an outright house price crash
Though some proclaim . . .

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