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Latest Market News

Date:  Friday, December 19, 2014
News:  RICS: Stamp Duty reform will boost activity


The latest Residential Market Survey from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has found that RICS members across much of the country expect transactions levels to increase as a result of the stamp duty reforms.

Members expected an average rise in volumes of somewhere between two and five per cent, but in central London, the feedback was more mixed, with members on balance anticipating a modest decline in activity.

The survey stated that the stamp duty policy development has "the potential to trigger a material shift in market sentiment and functioning".

 

Date:  Friday, December 19, 2014
News:  RICS: House prices to rise by 3%


The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has forecast house prices increases of 3% in 2015.

According to RICS' 2015 UK Housing Market Forecast, house prices increases will be influenced by recent changes to Stamp Duty, continuing demand and lack of supply of property.

Across the UK, RICS expect all parts of the country to see modest price rises during 2015, with the South West, Wales and London experiencing the lowest rises at 2% and 0% respectively.

Chartered surveyors reported London’s housing market was ‘pausing for breath’ both in terms of pricing and activity towards the end of 2014, however RICS predict that the eastern boroughs and some other non-prime areas are likely to see more buoyant market conditions in 2015.

The number of sales transactions is also predicted to see a further increase during 2015, moving up to 1.25m (from 1.22m in 2014).