Asking prices dip as buying activity falters – Rightmove
Buyer demand 'remains resilient', says property portal - but transaction numbers have fallen as higher interest rates bite.
Property portal reports a sharp month-on-month increase in asking prices for "top-of-the-ladder" homes - despite dwindling buying activity in this market segment.
Sales volumes are still on track to be 20% lower than last year.
Buyer demand jumped by 80% from December to January, reports Propertymark, while the number of agreed sales increased by 50%.
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