Quarterly Report

The final four months of 2019 were a critical time for the UK economy and property market - Brexit negotiations started coming to a head as well a landmark general election which saw the Conservative party win by an overwhelming majority. After the Conservative party’s victory, the market saw a surge in activity, suggesting that there was a newly found confidence in the market.

According to data from HMRC, property sales in December 2019 were 11% higher than in the same period of 2018. If the data is anything to go by, the property market is set to start the new decade on a high and early data from 2020 already suggests this to be true.

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Quarterly Report

The final four months of 2019 were a critical time for the UK economy and property market - Brexit negotiations started coming to a head as well a landmark general election which saw the Conservative party win by an overwhelming majority. After the Conservative party’s victory, the market saw a surge in activity, suggesting that there was a newly found confidence in the market.

According to data from HMRC, property sales in December 2019 were 11% higher than in the same period of 2018. If the data is anything to go by, the property market is set to start the new decade on a high and early data from 2020 already suggests this to be true.

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Previous reports

Quarterly Report

Q3 2019

Quarterly Report

Q2 2019

Quarterly Report

Q1 2019