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Following the surprise EU referendum result, the Bank of England has kept interest rates at 0.5 per cent, indicating that the economy and the UK property market is - for now - stronger than expected.
However, a cut of 0.25 per cent is possible next month as the Bank expects a "significant weakening" of activity in the housing market following Vote Leave.
Experts predict a slowdown in house price growth over the next couple of years, with KPMG forecasting nationwide drops of five per cent - and a little more in London - where a readjustment of the city's fast-paced market has long been expected.
While it's still to early to determine the medium- to long-term impacts of Brexit, Rightmove's monthly house price report, which covers the four-week period before and after the EU referendum, reveals the housing market across England and Wales has remained relatively steady when compared to the same period in previous years.