The uncertainty of Brexit is still being impacted in London and the South of England. After several years and months of prices dropping there is evidence that the market is showing signs of levelling out as prices recorded their smallest fall since June 2014.
As the year comes to a close and we look back on 2018, there is no time more fitting than now to say a big ‘THANK YOU’ for being a special part of Premier Property Search and Premier Corporate Relocation Services.
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Across the prime London and commuter zone, markets rents continue to soften, but to a lesser extent than seen previously. Demand remains high for properties of the best condition and price.
There has, as always, been conflicting remarks from property commentators about how the residential housing market has been performing and what the future holds. Doom and gloom in one paper and another stating the future is looking buoyant.
On reflection, the residential property market in 2016 has been like no other year!
It was always destined to be difficult following the announcement by the Government that there was to be a referendum to stay in, or opt out of the EU.
According to the recent Halifax Quality of Life Survey the district known as Hart in north-east Hampshire is occupying the top spot once again.
It scored highly on a number of measures, including residents' health and well-being, education, employment levels, low crime rates, good weather and good broadband access.