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What Will Happen To House Prices in 2022?

1 in 5 homes is selling within a fortnight of coming to market. One of the most astounding things that have happened in the last 12 months was something that did not happen. Even after the country saw the deepest recession since the Great Freeze of 1709 with GDP dropping 28% in one quarter, one […]

Portsmouth Property Market Improved by 13.4% Over Pre-Pandemic Levels

Has there ever been a better time for Portsmouth home sellers? Portsmouth house prices are anticipated to rise throughout 2021 after the Stamp Duty cut (and subsequent extension until the summer/autumn) and the newly revealed 95% mortgages for Portsmouth first-time buyers (and Portsmouth homeowners with minimal equity). In addition, the continued low-interest rates and the […]

Bristol Property Market Improved By 12.2% Over Pre-Pandemic Levels

Has there ever been a better time for Bristol home sellers? The Bristol property market, for people looking to sell, is at its sturdiest for at least the last five years with home buyers jumping on to the Bristol property ladder with abandon. Bristol house prices are anticipated to rise throughout 2021 after the stamp […]

How Will the Brexit Deal Affect Bristol House Prices and Your Mortgage Payments?

Christmas Eve brought the news that Boris Johnson had conclusively agreed on a Brexit deal for the UK with the European Union. This gave optimism that the economic turmoil of leaving the EU would be radically reduced, yet what will this ‘trade deal’ do to the value of your Bristol home and the mortgage payments you […]

No Deal Brexit – The Prediction for Bristol House Prices

Roll the clock back to April 2020, and major financial economists and property market commenters were sounding the alarm. The very best-case scenario was a 5% drop in property values by the end of the year, and most were in the 10% to 15% range. They forewarned the Covid-19 stimulated recession would trim tens of […]

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