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Housing supply contracts

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
new buyers image

Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “The reality is that people will not move unless they can find a property that they really want to…

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The market’s hot…warm…cold

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
property price growth image

Report Headlines Rightmove: “First-time buyer prices surge nearly 10 per cent in a year.” NAEA: “Sales to first time buyers rise.” Nationwide: “Slight pick-up in house price growth in October.” Halifax: “Annual…

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11 buyers for every property!

Kate Faulkner
London riverside properties image

Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “While supply is constrained, this will drive the market forward from a price perspective – as long as people…

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Kate Faulkner asks if 2017 will be a good year for agents

Kate Faulkner
2017 property prices

Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “Local demand and supply factors have a dramatic impact on the huge variations in towns’ and cities’ year-on-year growth.”

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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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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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Weaker demand reflected in slowing sales figures

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property

Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “Nobody really knows whether the current slowdown is seasonal chill or a sign of things to come.”

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