Confidence in the UK housing market has returned to its pre brexit vote level with demand rising by 16 per cent in September according to the latest's housing report from the national association of estate agents.
Figures realised show the average number of house hunters registered per member branch has increased from 287 in August to 333 in September and comes as housing stock is starting to fall.
This report has also show a fall in sales to first time buyers that accounted for 23 per cent of sales in September and a fall of 5 per cent on August figures and the lowest level in 2016.
The governments help to buy scheme coming to an end this year could pose a threat to many first time buyers relying on this help to get a foot on the property ladder with a 5 per cent deposit.
The report shows the number of properties available for sale may be down slightly the number of sales rose by around 12.5 per cent per branch in September and shows buyer confidence is growing that could see property prices continue to rise, which may not be the message first time buyers want to hear.
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Most Expensive Road to Buy a House
Victoria Road in Kensington, London is reported to be the most expensive street in England and Wales, with the average property costing over 8 million.
Close to Kensington Palace and the Albert Hall the average property in Victoria Road costs £8,006,000 according to research from leading high street bank.
Kensington and Chelsea offers a glamorous lifestyle attracting many overseas buyers, and is home to twelve of the twenty most expensive streets.