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.
With stamp duty changes around the corner, mortgage approvals hit a record two-year high in January, as UK banks approved the highest number of mortgages since 2014.
Global economy watchers are warning that the world financial market is slowing sharply and the resulting property price bubble is about to burst. But how likely is this and what will it mean for the UK property market?