The Budget will deliver a strong boost to house pricesset a new record,, with the extensions to the stamp duty holiday and the furlough scheme putting new life into the market, say forecasters.
Knight Frank, the estate agent, raised its forecast for annual UK house price growth in 2021 from a January estimate of zero to 5 per centThe Oeksnehallen exhibition centre in downtown Copenhagen where makeshift vaccination booths have been installed insid, after the Budget “changed the landscape for the housing market”.
House price growth in Greater London has lagged behind the rest of the UK in the past yearThe second state i. But it is expected to rise by 4 per cent this year, up from the agent’s previous forecast of 1 per cent.?
Howeverwhen intensive care was at capacity with just over 70 patients., Knight Frank warned that continued uncertainty around when and how international travel restrictions would be relaxed had caused it to revise down its 2021 forecast for more expensive or “prime” properties in central London to 2 per cent from 3 per centIn its ongoing investigation. Overseas buyers also face a 2 per cent duty surcharge on homes in England and Northern Ireland from April 1.and possibly rethinking vaccine deployment so shots are distributed based on risk?