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U.K. | 13 Sept 2019 House Price Growth Has Reached its Nadir, Expect a Recovery in 2020
The housing market appears to be emerging gradually from the coma induced by Brexit uncertainty at the start of the year.

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13 Sept 2019 House Price Growth Has Reached its Nadir, Expect a Recovery in 2020

By Samuel Tombs

The housing market appears to be emerging gradually from the coma induced by Brexit uncertainty at the start of the year.

Posted: 12th Sep 2019 in 'U.K.'

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