There is growing debate regarding what will happen to the residential property market in the wake of the Brexit vote. One thing is clear; in the run up to this vote in June, the market is already showing signs of slowing. Whilst demand remains the highest we have seen in several years, cautious sellers are adopting a ‘wait and see’ approach before bring their properties to the market, meaning that the usual spring rush is somewhat subdued in 2016.

Further thoughts on this topic are in this recent article in the Telegraph.

Source: Brexit: what it means for house prices and the supply crisis