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Valuation fluctuation: The rise and fall of property values

by Annie Kane5 minute read

The red-hot property market has moved at such a pace in the past year that, when coupled with lower levels of supply, property prices have rapidly escalated. But while prices have risen, valuations haven’t necessarily moved in step. Annie Kane takes a look at what is causing the valuation fluctuation, and how brokers can help avoid any ‘valuation shocks’.

When the pandemic hit and borders closed, it seemed that the nation as a whole started looking at their direct surroundings and considering not only how they were living, but where they were living, too. Property purchases went through the roof and, with a limited supply of housing on market, so too did property prices.

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Annie Kane

Annie Kane

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Annie Kane is the editor of The Adviser and Mortgage Business.

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