House prices rise slower amid market uncertainty
Moody’s Analytics forecasts a "slower, steadier" Canadian housing market in its latest analysis, published this month. The economic research subsidiary of US-based financial services company Moody’s anticipates home prices will rise 0.5 percent this year – amid a spurt of income growth – before inching down 0.5 percent in 2020.
With the UK’s negotiations with the EU stalling, Parliament gridlocked and a change of prime minister in the offing, economists had expected the property market to slow across the UK. Managing partner Jacqueline Law said the report, published today, showed that Scots were "getting on with their lives" amid the political uncertainty.
House prices have been falling over the year across the UK, particularly in London and the South East. "It is evident from the feedback to the latest RICS survey that the ongoing uncertainties surrounding how the brexit process plays out is taking its toll on the housing market," said Rics’ chief economist, Simon Rubinsohn.
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House prices are set to rise in the north but economic uncertainty may see fewer properties on the market It’s set to be a great year for homeowners in the north as prices continue to creep.
House prices edged up 0.1% between May and June but Brexit uncertainty is set to weigh on growth over the coming months, according to a new survey. Property prices edged higher month on month in June to an average of 216,515 after adjustment for seasonal factors, according to the Nationwide house price index.
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“Near term prospects will be heavily dependent on how quickly this uncertainty lifts, but ultimately the outlook for the housing market and house prices will be determined. t allow confidence to.
NAEA Propertymark notes in their October Housing Report that both demand and supply in the housing market slowed last month amid uncertainty. Demand for housing. The number of house hunters registered per estate agent branch decreased by 13 per cent on average last month, from 338 in September, to 294 in October
Uncertainty still affecting housing market By Dene Mackenzie. Business. there was a rise in prices and sales over the month compared with November 2017.. “We expect that the housing market will continue to slow over the coming year in response to concerns about changes in government.