Welcome to another episode of Brexit watch we are of course on camera because Boris Johnson has been elected as our new prime minister - A popular decision for some, maybe not so popular for others.
Whatever you think about what's going on, the one thing that we can be sure is that we will be leaving Europe come what may on the 31st of October, and I personally think that that is a good thing.
We can finally bring an end to the spectacle that has been going on around us - of course, the news that we're interested in is what the impact is going to be on the property market.
I will be really interested to see whether or not Boris carries out what you said in the run-up to the Conservative Party Leadership election and does some things with the stamp duty
In terms of what the market is doing right now, we've seen a consistent improvement in the market against where we were a year ago. We've got more people offering on property, in fact, 5% higher than it was a year ago.
We've seen prices increasing as well - 8% higher than they were in the same month of last year.
All good news that we have got to look forward to uncertainty never a great thing but generally speaking what we've seen over the past few years since the Brexit vote, is that the market, particularly up here in the North has just continued to go from strength to strength - a few little bumps along the way, but generally speaking we’re always heading in that upward trajectory and I've no reason to suspect that anything is going to be much different as we continue through.
Keep an eye on these updates we'll keep you up to date with what we feel is going on out there in the market and thank you for watching.