In a shock result, the UK’s general election returned a hung parliament which pretty much sums up the country’s concern with how the Brexit negotiations have been progressing. It wasn’t the only issue of course, but securing a strong position for UK trade and investment once it has left the EU is a priority for most, and the results have been seen as a vote of no confidence in the current government’s tack of a ‘hard’ Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement was marked by an attempt to counteract the UK’s expected deficit of £100bn caused by the Brexit vote. Yes, Brexit again.
On 23rd June, the country was divided by the question of EU membership. Following the vote to leave, the country continues to be split on what Brexit will mean.
Enness Private Clients was founded in 2007 and on the very day of the launch party, there was a run on Northern Rock and the market ground to a halt. Since then, Enness has gone from strength to strength through the vagaries of the property market. It is well placed to offer UK and international buyers, sellers, investors and developers the benefit of its experience and expertise. Six weeks ago, England and Wales voted to leave the EU causing political and economic turmoil, the likes of which have never been seen. Here’s Enness’ guide to keeping a calm head in this period of uncertainty.
Some pros and cons…
On 23rd June 2016, Britain’s inclusion in the European Union will be put to a public vote. The run up to this has seen an increasingly murky and mucky political fight with both sides making outlandish claims. So what are we to believe and what will the vote mean for Britain’s economic status and property market? Continue reading