The UK Property Market is Shrugging off Brexit Qualms
Fresh figures have revealed that the Brexit shadow of uncertainty that was cast over the UK property market has begun to lift. House price growth has risen 0.6% in August, allowing property values to upsurge to a new record high of a £206,145 national average. This spells promising news for anybody who has a property for sale.
Healthier prices are being achieved in the market, and sellers are being given assurances that valuations are holding their price tags. This combined with a shortage of properties for sale, it is widely regarded that the current market is a sellers’ one. A significant demand from buyers thinking of moving has meant that if you are considering selling your home, now is definitely a good time to act.
The traditional seasonal property market often sees an increase in activity when the school summer holidays have concluded. With schools expecting their students to arrive this week, it is likely that more buyers will be appearing on the market.
Josh Cousens – abbotFox
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