Nonostante l'incertezza per i risultati del referendum di domani abbia creato situazioni di stallo in svariati settori, il mercato immobiliare resta comunque forte, con un aumento dei prezzi dello 0.8% da maggio scorso.
The UK housing market has shrugged off uncertainty surrounding the EU referendum, as asking prices have climbed to a record high, with the time taken to sell a house the fastest ever measured. Rightmove, the online property portal, reported that asking prices increased by 0.8pc in May, making the average £310,471. This is in contrast to the electoral uncertainty in the run-up to the general election in 2015, when asking prices dropped 0.1pc in May. Greater London is the only area in England and Wales to record a monthly decline in asking prices, falling 0.2pc. It also reported the time to sell is now an average of 57 days, the lowest since 2010. This is due to a severe lack of supply in the market, which has 5.3pc fewer new-to-market properties compared to the same time last year