New data shows outer London property falling in value

Outer London property

Average prices in outer London boroughs are seeing prices reduced by £10,000s as the market cools. According to new data, a third of properties being sold nationwide have seen an average discount of £25,000. Surbiton and Kingston-upon-Thames are among the hardest hit, with average price drops of £38,000 and £78,600 respectively. London property the worst affected Bracknell, Weybridge and Twickenham

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Radical ideas to fix the UK property shortage

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In recent years, successive British Governments have attempted to correct for rising house prices, making more property more affordable for lower-income families and first-time buyers. Despite politicians’ efforts, a fall in real wages, tightened household budgets and Brexit-induced economic uncertainty, average house prices continue to rise year-on-year. The main culprit is a lack of stock. Estate agents across England and

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