Londoners are predicting a housing crash in the next two years


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New research published by property marketplace TheHouseshop.com has revealed that almost 1 in 4 Londoners (23 per cent excluding “don’t know”s) believe there will be a housing crash in the next 2 years. Despite the cooling down of house price growth in the capital over the past 12 months, a sizable proportion of Londoners still believe that we are headed towards another crisis.

The research asked Londoners to say if, and when, they believed the UK housing market would experience a crash. The results showed that over half of Londoners (55 per cent excluding “don’t know”s) believe there will be a crash within the next 5 years, rising to two thirds of respondents (65 per cent) who say there will be a housing crash within the next decade.

 Looking at the positives from the results, just 6 per cent of Londoners believed there would be a crash within the next 12 months. There were also just under a third of Londoners (30 per cent excluding “don’t know”s) who said there would not be a crash at any point in the future.

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