July 2015

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  • New analysis from Rightmove shows the biggest gap between demand and supply is in the first-time buyer sector:
  • – Number of enquiries per property for two bedrooms or fewer is 24% higher than for larger properties of three bedrooms or more

    – Challenge for government, planners and developers is how best to address this specific demand

  • Price of property coming to market sees marginal increase for the second consecutive month to a new record high, up 0.1% (+£191) to £294,542
  • Sharp drop in new seller numbers emphasises supply crisis and shortage of people trading up:
  • – Number of new sellers down 10.6% on same period in 2014

    – High June demand with Rightmove visits and enquiries to agents both up 22% on last year


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