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Britain's housing market just hit a point where prices will rocket again

Britain's house prices are set to soar as there are more people rushing into the housing market, but not enough people are selling their homes. According to new data from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), there has been a "significant turnaround in new buyer enquiries compared to June"when the EU referendum took place, but there is a slump in people actually putting houses on the market.
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