Sociéte Générale prevede che i prezzi degli immobili di lusso nel centro di Londra potrebbero avere un calo fino al 50% del loro valore corrente nel caso in cui al Regno Unito fosse precluso l'accesso al Mercato Unico Europeo.
House prices in the most expensive postcodes of central London could fall by as much as 50pc, according to analysis by Société Générale. The French bank said that Brexit could result in jobs in the City being cut and businesses potentially moving abroad, if access to the single market is denied. City workers would then have to sell their homes, which are mostly in very expensive areas of London, in order to relocate. Marc Mozzi, an analyst at SocGen, said: "If we assume 500 managers from 20 firms relocate outside the UK (so as to retain access to the single market), of which one-third of those households are ‘forced-sellers’, we end up with a potential volume of these transactions for one to two years in that prime segment."