Pantheon Macroeconomics - The RICS Residential Market Survey caught our eye last week for reporting that new sale instructions to estate agents rose in May for the first month since February 2016.

U.K. | 19 June 2018 Sales by Buy-to-Let Investors Won't Swamp the Market, For Now
The RICS Residential Market Survey caught our eye last week for reporting that new sale instructions to estate agents rose in May for the first month since February 2016.

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19 June 2018 Sales by Buy-to-Let Investors Won't Swamp the Market, For Now

By Samuel Tombs

The RICS Residential Market Survey caught our eye last week for reporting that new sale instructions to estate agents rose in May for the first month since February 2016.

Posted: 18th Jun 2018 in 'U.K.'

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