Britain has decided to leave the EU after 43 years. Whether you were an in or an out this is a huge thing for our Country. 48% voted to remain and 52% voted to leave.
The challenge now is how the leadership bring us through this huge change.
London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed staying in the EU.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed it as the UK’s “independence day” but the Remain camp called it a “catastrophe”.
The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985 as the markets reacted to the results.
After a hard-fought and controversial campaign, the results are finally in and the UK will now begin the process of leaving the European Union. While the direct legislative impact on the UK housing market from leaving the EU should be minimal (EU directives and regulations hold little power over much of the UK housing market), it is the broader, indirect, economic impacts that deserve attention.