On June 23 the U.K. voted in favor of leaving the European Union. The impact of the vote isn’t yet clear, but the future of London’s property market will be a key indicator. Bloomberg’s latest snapshot of the capital’s housing market shows some price cooling in central boroughs such as Hammersmith and Kensington & Chelsea, and residential areas in the south and east of the city. Data covers sales registered with the U.K. Land Registry until the end of May. Next month we’ll see the first wave of post-referendum sales data.
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