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RICS Residential Market Survey (May)

The looming end of the stamp duty holiday has only applied the slightest dab to the brakes of the housing market thus far. But while the new buyer enquiries started to ease, sales instructions fell more sharply suggesting that strong demand relative to supply will continue to push up house prices in the near term.

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