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Brexit Six Weeks On

According to Nationwide, house prices defied the gloomy predictions of experts and picked up pace in July, with the data showing the average house price increasing by 0.5% in that month which is an increase from the May-June figures of 0.2%.

Here at Robert Leech our experience of the recent market is much the same; James Stacey-Clear Associate Director of the Oxted office comments; ‘It’s a far cry from some of the more pessimistic forecasts making headlines since the Brexit vote. We have been pleasantly surprised and thought it would take longer for the dust to settle. The upper-end of the market has been reinvigorated since the vote, with those properties coming to market selling quickly and some selling over the asking price.’

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SOLD stc OVER ASKING PRICE IN JULY, BLETCHINGLEY

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SOLD stc OVER ASKING PRICE IN JULY, HURST GREEN

SOLD stc ON DAY OF LAUNCH IN JULY, OXTED