Pantheon Macroeconomics - April's RICS Residential Market survey confirmed that housing market activity collapsed to negligible levels during the lockdown, which prohibited property viewings, depleted the work forces of lenders and prompted many people
to defer big financial decisions.

U.K. | UK 15 May 2020 Housing Market Activity Won't Return to Pre-Virus Levels this Year
April's RICS Residential Market survey confirmed that housing market activity collapsed to negligible levels during the lockdown, which prohibited property viewings, depleted the work forces of lenders and prompted many people to defer big financial decisions.

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UK 15 May 2020 Housing Market Activity Won't Return to Pre-Virus Levels this Year

By Samuel Tombs

April's RICS Residential Market survey confirmed that housing market activity collapsed to negligible levels during the lockdown, which prohibited property viewings, depleted the work forces of lenders and prompted many people to defer big financial decisions.

Posted: 14th May 2020 in 'U.K.'

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