Economists are predicting that soaring interest rates and falling prices will mark the end of the U.K.’s 13-year housing market boom, potentially leading to a house price crash.
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LONDON — The U.K. property market may be verging on a major downturn, with some market watchers warning of a collapse in prices of up to 30% as data points to the biggest slump in demand since the Global Financial Crisis.
New homebuyer enquiries plunged in October to their lowest level since the 2008 financial crash, excluding the period during the first Covid-19 lockdown, the latest RICS housing surveyors report showed last week.
Meantime, the MSCI UK Quarterly…