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1st Sep 2022 15:03U.K., Weekly Monitor

  • Low unemployment means few homeowners will be forced to sell up, and construction already is declining.
  • Landlords, however, likely will struggle to raise rents in line with the jump in their mortgage payments.
  • We expect the stock of homes on the market, therefore, to rise over the next year, weighing on house prices.

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