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The group (NAEA) attributed the falls to people putting off plans to buy or sell a home until they had a clearer idea of what impact the Budget would have on them.

And now it's clear, mass job cuts, tax rises, biggest austerity measures EVER! No luck there then.

But there were signs that the housing market may pick up during the summer, with the number of house-hunters registered with estate agents rising to an average of 279 per branch during the month, up from 265 in May.

That's not what RICS says:

But the NAEA's figures contrast with ones reported by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors earlier this week

Lucky we all know estate agents are lying *****ers. They don't help themselves do they.

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