The strongest set of survey results since the tail end of the 2020-22 house price boom provided further evidence that lower mortgage rates have led to a recovery in demand. We suspect that respondents are right to be upbeat on the near-term outlook for sales volumes, but a pause in the decline in mortgage rates is likely to temper house price increases.
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