U.K. House Prices Edge Higher in ‘Muted’ Post-Brexit MarketBy
Annual growth slowest in three years as tax hike hits London
Demand in U.K. capital shifting to affordable outer districts
U.K. house prices edged higher in August as the property market continued to experience a lackluster recovery following a tax increase and the shock of the Brexit vote, according to Acadata and LSL Property Services Plc.
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