Natural cycle of the London property market ‘seems to be broken’

Few signs of transactions increasing in central London following a broad decline in volumes, says Knight Frank

The stamp duty reforms brought in by former chancellor George Osborne appear to have broken the natural cycle of the London housing market, according to a new report.

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