A year of slow, steady recovery
2019 saw house prices hold steady for the most part, but long-term renting represents a crisis in the making
This year has been a year of continued market recovery, albeit at a slower rate than 2018 with house prices in the main holding steady. Transaction numbers have performed well but will not have substantially exceeded those of 2018, which means recovery, whilst ongoing, is taking longer than many expected.
Starter-priced homes have performed best, with demand exceeding supply in all areas of the capital. Buyers at this end of the market have been less concerned with...
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