Housing transactions fell by 62.8% between June and July 2021, and it’s no surprise or concern.
Investors, homeowners, solicitors and banks pushed hard to get transactions done in time for buyers to complete before the end of June to make the most of this temporary relief, creating a bumper month.
Check out the full commentary in Financial Times
Thanks Financial Times for sharing my thoughts on what’s happened, and what’s next with house prices and the current market.
With house price growth significantly outpacing wage growth, some fear a crash – but demand is growing and supply constrained.
We need 340,000 new homes up to 2031 and remain well below this, at around 160,000 each year for the past two years.
Read the full article here
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