An estate agents’ office in London. Investors can expect home prices in the UK to moderate to single-digit growth by the end of the year, Knight Frank says. Photo: Bloomberg
An estate agents’ office in London. Investors can expect home prices in the UK to moderate to single-digit growth by the end of the year, Knight Frank says. Photo: Bloomberg

In boost for Hong Kong buyers, UK home prices have trailed those in EU states in six years since Brexit vote

  • Since June 23, 2016, house prices across EU states have risen by 39.3 per cent on average, while those in the UK increased by 30.8 per cent
  • First-time buyers may take some solace from the UK’s more relaxed pace of growth since Brexit, Knight Frank report says

An estate agents’ office in London. Investors can expect home prices in the UK to moderate to single-digit growth by the end of the year, Knight Frank says. Photo: Bloomberg
An estate agents’ office in London. Investors can expect home prices in the UK to moderate to single-digit growth by the end of the year, Knight Frank says. Photo: Bloomberg
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