- Transactions will stabilise, but fall short of 2016
- Restrictive supply will pushing prices up by 3%
- Rents up by 2-3%
With UK house price growth of 3% predicted in 2017, surveyors picked out East Anglia, North West and West Midlands as their favourites to out perform the national average.
UK housing forecast | Prices will see an average increase of 3% over the course of 2017. https://t.co/MvPSjq5kis #RICSresi #UKhousing pic.twitter.com/chp17YRdcK— RICS (@RICSnews) December 21, 2016
UK house price growth will slow to 3% in 2017, say surveyors https://t.co/77zHdDqoYk— Guardian news (@guardiannews) December 21, 2016
Take advantage of our discounted landlord insurance ratesRICS: Housing supply is 'a major constraint' https://t.co/HqXc7t2kTk— BBC Business (@BBCBusiness) December 21, 2016