The epicentre of Britain’s pandemic house price boom

“Any tax incentive is now all but gone unless you are a cash buyer, so the group of buyers in the market right now are motivated by other things, with low mortgage rates a key driver, along with a new group reviewing what their longer term working pattern means for where they could live,” says Tim Bannister, director of property data at Rightmove.

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