Time to give the property sector something to build on
Demand for housing remains as strong as ever, but Covid-19 restrictions on construction are having a damaging effect on supply
The property market has always been driven by supply and demand, a simple fact that has stayed constant despite the hugely damaging Covid-19 pandemic.
The virus has thrown up plenty of issues in the property market. For example, construction, which was already under pressure, ground to a halt for 12 weeks last year, and has yet to resume this year save for essential projects.
A note of caution
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