PR of the Week

Average house prices hit record high and sell at fastest pace ever recorded – Property Reporter

Industry reaction as Rightmove claims prices hit record high & properties sell at fastest pace ever recorded – DIY Week – Online

London Stock Exchange – Average asking prices jump sharply to new all-time high of over £327k – Fintech Zoom

Average asking prices jump sharply to new all-time high of over £327k – Express Digest

Given the fast pace the market is moving, ‘there will be no houses left to sell’ – Property Industry Eye

Industry records fall as 23% of homes take under a week to sell in ‘crazy’ market – The Negotiator

Average asking prices jump sharply to new all-time high of over £327k – Daily Mail

Average Price of Property Coming to Market Jumps 2.1% in a Month – Industry Reacts – Property Wire

Average asking prices jump sharply to new all-time high of over £327k – Business Fast

Average asking prices jump over £6,700 in a month to a new all-time high of over £327,000 as ‘frenzied’ buyer activity for semi-detached homes ramps up, Rightmove says – Daily Mail

The average asking price soared to a record high of £ 327,000. – Eminetra

Average asking prices jump over £6,700 in a month to a new all-time high of over £327,000 as ‘frenzied’ buyer activity for semi-detached homes ramps up, Rightmove says – MSN UK

The Scottish property hotspots driving current market performance – The Property Daily

21 fashionable ‘It towns’ that you can still afford to move to – The Daily Telegraph

Average Price of Property Coming to Market Jumps 2.1% in a Month – News House Ladder

 

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YouGov Stat of the Week

The majority of home movers feel very positive about the lifting lockdown restrictions in England.

YouGov asked All coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England are due to have been lifted by 21st June. How likely or unlikely do you think it is that this will happen?

Most home movers, 66% (60% GB), think it is likely. Of those home movers 11% think in very likely (10%) and 55% fairly likely (50%). 23% think it is fairly unlikely (24%) and 8% say very unlikely (7%). 3% do not know (9%).

YouGov asked the public, “Would you approve or disapprove of closed shops on high streets being converted into housing?”

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Restrictions will lift by June 21st

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Restrictions will still be in place on June 21st

  • Very likely restrictions will lift 11% 11%
  • Fairly likely restrictions will lift 55% 55%
  • Fairly unlikely restrictions will lift 23% 23%
  • Very unlikely restrictions will lift 8% 8%
  • Don’t Know 3% 3%