The housing market ‘is slowly transitioning to a buyers’ market’ – Zoopla
Higher mortgage rates are reducing home-buying power by "as much as 28%", warns property portal.
We're in a "new normal" property market, says OnTheMarket - "an elevated version of the pre-pandemic market."
"We’re still a long way off a housing market crash, but things are showing signs of cooling somewhat," reports TwentyCi.
Property portal predicts house price growth will slow to 5% by the end of this year, but buyer demand remains high in the face of rising interest rates and costs of living.
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