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U.K. | 8 January 2019 The Housing Market is Set to Freeze in Early 2019, Thanks to Brexit
The housing market perhaps is where the adverse impact of Brexit uncertainty can be seen most clearly.

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8 January 2019 The Housing Market is Set to Freeze in Early 2019, Thanks to Brexit

By Samuel Tombs

The housing market perhaps is where the adverse impact of Brexit uncertainty can be seen most clearly.

Posted: 7th Jan 2019 in 'U.K.'

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