House prices dip as sellers race to agree deals before end of stamp duty holiday

Property asking prices have dipped as home sellers scramble to agree deals before the end of the stamp duty holiday, new figures suggest.

Rightmove said prices for flats and houses advertised between 6 December and 9 January were down 0.9% on the previous month.

Rightmove reported that the market was still busy, with the number of buyers contacting agents up 12% and sales agreed in January so far up 9% on the same period last year – when the market had also been strong after the December 2019 general election result.

By John-Paul Ford Rojas, please read the full article on Sky news.

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