London house prices fall – but it won’t last long

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London house prices fall – but it won’t last long

New research for carried out by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors suggests that the impact of a rise in stamp duty could cool the recent surge in sales of prime properties in London.

London Live’s Luke Blackall was live in Putney explaining the projections for the housing market over the coming year. While the market may experience a dip over the coming three months, it’s thought that by the end of the year prices will once again have risen – and owners of one-room flats can expect to see the biggest profits.
 
In short, while the market may now favour the buyer, it sadly won’t last for long.
 

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