On the 29th of March 2019, the UK will leave the EU. There are several key areas of concern across every sector of the country, but what does Brexit mean for UK property, and how is the market confronting the challenges?
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It’s been three weeks since the UK voted for Brexit and to leave the European Union.
Following the results of last week’s referendum on the UK’s membership within the European Union, there has been uncertainty amongst UK property investors as to how the vote will affect them.
The UK has voted; the 52:48 majority decided it was best for the UK to leave the European Union, but what will this mean for the Student accommodation market?
Managing director at Prinvest UK Aaron Campbell shares his thoughts on the post-EU housing market:
The general public has listened to both sides of the debate and decided that leaving the EU is the best route for the UK, its economy and its future.