Tag: RICS UK Residential Market Survey
Alongside this, the negative trends in agreed sales, prices and new instructions also all showed some signs of easing, at least at the headline level.
In October 10% more surveyors saw a fall in prices at the headline level, the weakest reading since September 2012, the RICS UK Residential Market Survey has found.
Demand from new buyers nationally has weakened slightly for the second successive month, the September 2018 RICS UK Residential Market Survey has found.
New buyer enquiries, instructions and sales continued to drift lower in February, theRICS UK Residential Market Survey has found.
In the capital, 12 month expectations are now more downbeat than at any other point since the series was introduced in 2010.
The headline price balance eased from 17% to 7% in June.
New listings fell by 25% in May, while new buyer enquiries and sales all declined.
Rents are expected to increase by 25% compared to just under 20% for house prices.
The strongest growth was again reported in the West Midlands and North West as it was in October.
Homebuyer demand also increased for the second consecutive month, with 10% more RICS members reporting a rise in demand rather than a fall.