Over a third of Britons believe that housing prices will not change until 2012

31.01.2011 12:46
More than a third (38%) Britons interested in buying a home, consider that property prices in their country to remain stable throughout the year, according to a study of British real estate agency Rightmove.

The survey agency was attended by over 28,000 potential buyers in the UK.

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As indicated in the study, the proportion of those who believes that prices will remain status quo for at least 12 months to the beginning of 2011 grew five quarters in a row and reached a record high.

"More and more Britons believe that prices will not change. In spite of the fact that in 2010 became something of a rollercoaster for the UK property market by year-end selling prices have stabilized," - the words contained in the report chapters Rightmove Miles Shipsayda.

According to materials of the agency a year ago, a similar study showed that the majority of respondents (53%) predicted a rise in prices.

This year, the percentage of respondents who believe that prices will rise, dropped to 24% - the lowest figure since January 2009.

At the same time, 32% of respondents indicated that they expect the fall in housing prices.

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