UK property demand slides 44% after market-rocking mini-budget, study shows

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Estate agents “Sold” and “For Sale” signs outside residential properties in the Maida Vale district of London, UK, on Thursday, June 30, 2022. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Demand for U.K. residential properties has nearly halved following September’s government budget that spooked financial markets and toppled the prime minister, research Monday showed. The fiscal…

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