The British house market is a mess, and many are worried it will be even worse if the Government keeps Britain in the EU.
The UK has one of the biggest house price bubbles in Europe, with some of the cheapest houses in the world for sale.
The house market has seen a huge jump in prices in recent years, with the average price of a house in London jumping by more than 20% in 2016 to £5.1m, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.
There are a lot of people looking to buy a home in the UK and there is a lot at stake, says Stephen Hargreaves, managing director of Home Capital, a real estate consultancy.
“If the Government wants to retain a significant part of the UK market, then they need to act now and bring forward the changes that would allow the market to return to its previous state.
The UK is a large exporter of goods and services and a highly competitive market.
Any delay will only make things worse.”
We are a big exporter and we need to remain competitive.
So I am absolutely convinced that there will be no deal, but I am not optimistic that it will happen.
“It is the government’s view that it is vital to maintain the market in the face of the huge surge in demand for homes.”
A major part of our plans to preserve and support the country’s house market are to ensure that the Government maintains access to the housing market and that the market stays competitive,” the Government said in a statement on Friday.”
That means that the Home Office will have a role in ensuring that the country remains attractive for homebuyers.
“The Home Office said it will also help with the implementation of measures to promote domestic demand in the home market, including providing advice and guidance on how to help consumers make informed decisions about where to live.”
These measures will provide a strong incentive for UK exporters to build their own homes, to make sure that we continue to have a competitive and competitive domestic market, and to ensure there are opportunities for UK investors to move their investment to our country,” the statement said.”
Our focus is on the Government’s long-term goal of attracting and retaining domestic investors, not on any particular property sector or property market.
“The Government has pledged to set up a new office for domestic housing to provide information on the UK’s housing market, with a focus on domestic housing investment.
However, it has been criticised by some, including the UK Association of Real Estate Agents, which has criticised the move as “too little too late”.”
The Government is currently taking steps to encourage housebuilding in the capital, but has not done enough to encourage the construction of new homes, especially as the housing crisis has been intensifying,” said a statement from the association.”
The government needs to do more to make the housing and housing development process more attractive to foreign investors, and ensure the market remains competitive and affordable.””
There is now a strong belief that a strong domestic housing market is crucial to the UK economy.
This will not only make a difference to the long-run economic wellbeing of the country, but will help build the domestic labour force and create jobs.