There is no doubt that the rate of growth is slowing, but overall, there is still house price growth since last year. It also depends which house price indices you follow, as they can use slightly differing criteria.
Everything seems to be going swimmingly; your purchasers are happy to wait for you to find your next home. And then… someone moves the goal posts.
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Want to buy your own home, but worried about house prices dropping following Brexit?
If you are living with mum and dad, it may make sense to save for a bit longer, and play it by ear. But if you are currently renting, consider this:
So it is officially Autumn, and the nights are drawing in, but there is still time to be settled into your new home for the festive season.
Many economists do not expect UK interest rates to rise until 2019, and they believe that the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will be reluctant to raise interest rates during Brexit negotiations.