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20th Jan 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • House price growth remained strong in Q4, despite the return of the SDLT threshold to £125K at the end of Q3.
  • Timely indicators, however, suggest Omicron weighed on buyer demand at the end of the year, and in January.
  • Higher mortgage rates and falling real incomes will cause house price growth to decelerate this year.

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