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Wed 29 June 2016
So the referendum is done and the UK has voted to leave the EU. What will this mean for the property market in the coming months? I read reports ranging from utter doom to a sense of mild and considered optimism.
Economic principles will still prevail whether we are in or out, what is clear is that the market is robust, demand is still outstripping supply and in our part of the world sales are strong, prices are steady and prospective buyers remain confident.
We are living in an area where people still wish to move to, it is relatively inexpensive compared to other parts of the country and offers a lifestyle much envied by those living in the cities and suburbs.
Our Fine & Country portfolio continues to grow and we have seen fantastic success so far this year, demand for property with land is high reflecting the lifestyle choice which many of our buyers are seeking. All of our properties will be featured in an exhibition at our Park Lane Office in early July which demonstrates the strength of interest for our area and the fantastic coverage which Fine & Country gives us.
Property has been and I believe will remain a sound long term investment so if you are thinking of moving please contact your local office, we can provide you with an up to date appraisal on the value of your current property and help you every step of the way in finding your new home.
Debbie Anderson MNAEA, MARLA