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House Prices Could Fall as Much as 5% By 2024

Crashed house of cards. Falling cards on beige background

House prices could be set to fall by as much as 5 percent over the next two years as inflation and rising interest rates begin to take their toll. Capital Economics, a leading independent economic research firm, is now forecasting that house prices will l drop by 4 percent overall by the end of 2024. In contrast to recent reports by Knight Frank and Halifax, which suggest that prices could rise by a more moderate 0-2 percent in 2023, Capital Economics now expects house prices to fall by 3 percent in 2023 and a further 1.8 percent in 2024. 

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More Legislation on the Horizon for the Private Rental Sector?

On 13th April the Public Accounts Committee published its 49th  report of 21-22 Session – Regulation of private renting.  It’s important to keep an eye on these reports because they often lead to more legislation and it’s good to have an early warning. This report is very upfront, as can be seen from the title, and therefore we must try to anticipate the outcome. 

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