Rightmove House Price Index

The Brexit vote does not seemed to have exacerbated the usual summer listings lull, Rightmove data shows.

Figures from the property portal’s latest house price index show that new listing prices fell 1.2% on average to £304,222 during August, in line with the usual seasonal drop over the past six years.

The portal said 2016 could be a year of two halves with the first characterised by the Stamp Duty rush and the EU referendum, while the next six months could be boosted if there is an autumn rebound.

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