UK housing market stabilises after “mini-budget” rates spike, Rightmove survey shows


LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) – The average price of homes coming on the market in Britain stabilised in March and activity is picking up towards more normal pre-pandemic levels after last year’s “mini-budget” upheaval, a survey showed on Monday. Property portal Rightmove said asking prices for homes rose by a monthly 0.8% in March after…

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