In simple terms, property prices are based on supply and demand

Nicholas Wallwork

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InvestVince

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<<The easiest way to monitor the number of buyers is to see how long properties remain on the market. The easiest way to monitor the number of sellers is to monitor the number of properties listed online and in estate agents windows.>>

There was an article in Manchester Evening News dated 18 Mar 2017 reporting flats selling in an average of nine days this year, 3 weeks faster than 2016. Is this a sign of the continued strong demand of the residential property market in Manchester despite the looming Brexit?
 
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kchiggs

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<<The easiest way to monitor the number of buyers is to see how long properties remain on the market. The easiest way to monitor the number of sellers is to monitor the number of properties listed online and in estate agents windows.>>

There was an article in Manchester Evening News dated 18 Mar 2017 reporting flats selling in an average of nine days this year, 3 weeks faster than 2016. Is this a sign of the continued strong demand of the residential property market in Manchester despite the looming Brexit?
Could be a sign of distressed sellers trying to offload before deadline say for hard brexit.
 
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You also need to take into account relative prices to get a true picture.
 
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