Is Leave going to affect South West property market?

by Jonathan Adams

The property market in the South West and the Exeter and East Devon area in particular has been very busy for the whole of this year, with our own agency posting record sales on the run up to the EU Referendum – and we see no reason for activity to curtail on today’s Leave result, writes Wilkinson Grant & Co managing director Roger Wilkinson.

We called the top of the market, in terms of significant price rises, weeks ago in the local press, as supply of fresh property to the market increased and any “overheating” caused by the earlier imbalance between supply and demand naturally began to cool.

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