27 Jun '16, 7am

Brexit: UK property prices won't crash

Apartment buildings in London. Although property prices in the UK may likely become cheaper, they are not expected to crash following Britain’s exit from the European Union, consultants told PropertyGuru. “Property prices should not plummet. They don’t make land anymore and the UK already has a shortage of houses, so this should keep prices fairly stable. The government revised the stamp duty last April and this has slowed the market for multi-million pound properties,” said Stuart Shield, Publisher of International Property Media. Brett Alegre-Wood, Founder of YPC Group, expects property prices to drop by around 15 percent initially due to the weakened pound, “but it will quickly recover to around five to 10 percent down”. One of the first outcomes from the result of the referendum is that the value of the pound will inevitably fall in the near-term, as will the stock mar...

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