There is a general feeling that the housing market is on hold, until a Brexit decision is finally made. Nothing could be further from the truth. The moment a delayed date for a final decision was set for 31 October, the property market sprung into life. Property started coming onto the market in some numbers and enquiry levels from those wishing to view, soared. This case has remained constant from that time and has continued unabated through Prime Ministerial resignations and European elections. This is of little surprise to those within the profession, because there is no reason for it to be otherwise. Life must go on and unless your own employment could be affected, if we do leave Europe without an agreement, there is no reason why the economy as a whole should not continue to prosper. Added to this, is the inherent imbalance between strong demand and the numbers of properties needed to satisfy it.

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