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Post-Brexit house price crash fails to materialise as values rise!

The Brexit vote had little effect on July house prices with values rising 0.5% last month, according to Nationwide. The lender’s latest house price index shows average prices reached £205,715 in July, up 0.5% monthly and 5.2% annually. Robert Gardner, chief...



No recession and no house price crash for UK, says PWC

The UK will avoid a severe recession and a house price crash following the Brexit vote, PricewaterhouseCoopers has said. It believes that there will be a marked slowdown in house price growth, but no major crash. It believes that house prices will grow 3% this year and 1% next...