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Rightmove say ‘window closing for bargain hunters’

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According to Rightmove average asking prices rose in July for the fifth time this year, up 0.6% (£1428) from last month. Rightmove’s interpretation of the data suggests the return to a ‘steady state’ in the housing market having seen a marginal 0.4% drop in June interupting a steady 4 month run of rises between 0.9 and 2.4%.

Looking back the lowest ebb was winter last year – this combined with the data suggesting buyers and sellers are returning to the market with confidence has prompted the claim that the time for bargain prices is passing.

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