The surge in demand over Q1 has pushed city house price growth to 10.4%. With the EU vote looming our long run analysis shows sales volumes to be more responsive to external shocks than prices. A vote to leave is likely to hit the London market hardest, while a vote to remain will have the greatest benefit for housing in regional cities.

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