Values to re­main sta­ble says sur­vey

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY NEWS -

BREXIT: The num­ber of house sales in York­shire fal­tered in De­cem­ber and pre­dic­tions for ex­pected new sales have been pared back, ac­cord­ing to the lat­est Royal In­sti­tu­tion of Char­tered Sur­vey­ors re­port. Chris Club­ley, of Club­leys in York, says: “The mar­ket has re­mained sta­ble through­out the tur­bu­lent po­lit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion that Brexit has caused. Stock re­mains low how­ever, sta­bil­ity has in­creased con­fi­dence and this com­bined with a spring mar­ket should in­crease stock lev­els.” Alex J Mcneil of Bram­leys, Hud­der­s­field, adds: “Values will be main­tained due to a lack of stock and the pos­i­tive un­der­ly­ing de­mand.”

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