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Stamp duty reform and Brexit uncertainty weigh on London-focused housebuilder
When Help to Buy ends.
Housing market remains subdued as household budgets are squeezed amid uncertain economic outlook
Buyers gain average drop of more than £350,000 in capital’s most exclusive areas
Average house prices have risen in most large British cities since the referendum
The recent gains could turn out to be a huge historical anomaly
Property market has been hit by economic uncertainty and tight consumer budgets
Flagship homeowner scheme — criticised for forcing up property prices — to end in 2023
Cooling market in south-east drives slowdown, as housebuilder Crest Nicholson also warns over sales
Selling homes off-market obscures successive price drops
Residential capitalism is a child of the banking system
Uncertainties over EU exit weigh down property market as outlook hits two-year low
High-end home sales fall 25 per cent as buyers reconsider their options
Market likely to be hit by Brexit uncertainty and stamp duty surcharge
Remortgage rush funds school fees, house improvements and Bank of Mum and Dad
But will automated valuation methods lead to more rational housing markets?
UK annual price growth dips but regions vary with north west booming and south east slowing
Rising house prices encourage ‘flippers’ to look outside capital
With sales falling as Brexit looms, fears of a house price crash are growing
BoE chief says ensuing property crash could see a third wiped off house prices