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U.K. | 23 Sept 2020 The Housing Market is Starting to Come Off the Boil
It is fair to say that the strength of the rebound in the housing market over the summer has caught most analysts, including ourselves, by surprise.

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23 Sept 2020 The Housing Market is Starting to Come Off the Boil

By Samuel Tombs

It is fair to say that the strength of the rebound in the housing market over the summer has caught most analysts, including ourselves, by surprise.

Posted: 22nd Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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