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Hopeful Britons counting on 2017 property boom

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 12:01:00 AM in Daily Express

Fears Brexit would dampen sentiment have been dismissed with 54 per cent expecting growth and just 7 per cent fearing a decline, according to research by estate agents Keatons.The survey follows yesterday’s Halifax house price index showing 5.1 per cent growth in the year to February.This ...

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