Tom Bill

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Tom Bill is associated, including Brexit, price, and vendor. Most recently, Tom Bill has been quoted saying: “Vendors are increasingly reflecting higher levels of stamp duty in asking prices but it is not universal as such changes take time to be absorbed by the market.” in the article Londoners looking to sell their prime properties face 3 years of misery. An other article where Tom Bill has been quoted is London real estate sales jump after Brexit vote.

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Political uncertainty is likely to persist into 2017 but the one lesson that 2016 has underlined is that buyers will act when they believe the price is right, in many cases irrespective of wider issues like Brexit.

Vendors are increasingly reflecting higher levels of stamp duty in asking prices but it is not universal as such changes take time to be absorbed by the market.

Weaker price growth, together with rising economic and market uncertainty surrounding the European vote, has prompted vendors to reduce asking prices over recent months.

Buyers and sellers are postponing decisions due to the prospect of entering unchartered economic and political territory.

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