Tuesday, April 10, 2012

And now for a Welsh version

House prices and sales expected to 'fall' in next quarter

House prices and sales in Wales are expected to fall over the coming quarter, according to a new survey. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) says demand in the market held firm in March as some first-time buyers looked to beat the stamp-duty holiday. The exemption on paying 1% tax on properties worth between £125,000 and £250,000 has now ended. The flow of new properties coming onto the Welsh market remained stable. Rics said new buyer inquires in Wales continued to rise with 4% more surveyors reporting increases rather than decreases in demand. But it said prices continued to edge downwards across Wales, albeit at a slower pace than in recent months - a trend expected to continue. It said 19% more surveyors reported falls rather than rises in prices, representing.....

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Mae disgwyl i brisiau tai ddisgyn yng Nghymru dros y tri mis nesa’, yn ôl yr arolygon diweddara’. Dywed Sefydliad Brenhinol y Syrfewyr Siartredig (RICS) fod y galw yn y farchnad wedi aros yn gyson ym mis Mawrth, wrth i bobl yn prynu am y tro cynta’ geisio gwneud hynny cyn i’r amodau talu treth stamp newid ar Fawrth 24.

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