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Archive: Property prices in Salisbury up year on year

According to latest figures from the Salisbury Property Blog, property prices in Salisbury were up 10.4% year on year at the end of 2016. In Fact, in December 2016 alone, Salisbury property values rose by just over 2% leaving the average value of a Salisbury property at £359,400. This was reported in the Salisbury Property Blog on 22nd December 2016*.

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Your Mortgage Expert calls for calm following Brexit

On 24th June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union. And with it commenced a period of uncertainty for the UK. Adam Nanson, Managing Director of Your Mortgage Expert, which offers mortgage and protection advice in Salisbury, has called for calm around these uncertain times. He comments:

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No change in mortgage regulation following Brexit

The latest announcement from the Financial Conduct Authority is that the regulation surrounding the mortgage market will remain unchanged following Britain’s decision to exit the EU. This was reported on the Mortgage Introducer website on 24th June 2016*.

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