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House price growth: the only way is up… or is it?

Kate Faulkner, Property Market Analyst and Commentator.
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Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “The number of properties coming onto the market is likely to be restricted.”

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Housing supply remains the problem

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property

Kate’s view on individual indices Rightmove: Useful to measure average time to sell and sellers’ sentiment. Nationwide: Measures mortgaged property prices and affordability across the UK. Halifax: Measures mortgaged prices and produces…

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Stamp Duty change whips up a storm

Kate Faulkner

Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “Even the higher taxes haven’t dampened investors’ enthusiasm.”

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The big buy-to-let bounce

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
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Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “The Chancellor’s increase in Stamp Duty for buy-to-let properties caused a massive leap in activity.”

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Crowded house

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
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Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “Supply is probably the single most feared issue in the property market. Buyer demand is strong, but the supply…

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Frozen Britain

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property

Report Headlines Rightmove: “Home-owner confidence sets the scene for higher prices in 2016.” NAEA: “Sales to first time buyers highest in six years.” RICS: “No easing in supply constraint.” Nationwide: “Slight softening…

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Agreed – agents need transaction volumes to rise!

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property

REPORT HEADLINES: Rightmove: “Hottest demand for two bedrooms or fewer as prices hit new high.” Home.co.uk: “Prices push on up as property drought continues.” NAEA: “Housing demand at an 11 year high.”…

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