Last quote by Jonathan Hopper
The speed of price growth has slowed substantially, and at a national level average prices are still flatlining rather than falling. But what growth there is is meandering and listless, with prices being propped up by record low levels of supply. On the other side of the equation there is genuine buyer intent, and rumours that the government may review the help to buy scheme could add fuel to the fire as some hesitant buyers may be spurred into action by the idea of 'use it or lose it.feedback
Aug 07 2017
Jonathan Hopper has most recently been quoted in an article called London house price growth slows as rest of UK bounces back. Jonathan Hopper said, “For London's house prices to be growing at the second slowest rate in the country would have been unthinkable for much of the past decade. Instead growth is now spread much more evenly across the country, with the market fragmenting into a patchwork of smaller hot spots and cold spots.”. Jonathan Hopper has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 4 articles.
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Quotes by Jonathan Hopper
Jun 28 2017
For London's house prices to be growing at the second slowest rate in the country would have been unthinkable for much of the past decade. Instead growth is now spread much more evenly across the country, with the market fragmenting into a patchwork of smaller hot spots and cold spots.feedback
Jun 13 2017
Such a solid return to form suggests March's sudden slowdown in price growth was a speed bump rather than a stop. But even so, the property market remains in low gear with prices being slowly ratcheted up by the chronic lack of supply rather than any acceleration in demand.feedback
Jun 01 2017
The slowdown is anything but uniform. Properties in some regions are seeing double-digit price reductions, yet at certain price points in the most in-demand areas, gazumping and intense competition between buyers are the order of the day. If there is one universal it is the chronic shortage of supply. Where there are more buyers than homes for sale, prices will inevitably edge upwards.feedback
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