Leaving the EU - Effect on property prices, jobs, inflation?

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Leaving the EU - Effect on property prices, jobs, inflation?

What do you think will happen?
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Regent's University document may be of interest:

http://www.regents.ac.uk/media/17250...-final-pdf.pdf
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property prices would fall, especially in cities.
Jobs, in the first few months yes, there would be a drop, but when we start getting trade deals going we'll see a big boom.
Inflation, no clue, but countries would be more interested in the uk as we'd still have free trade with Europe but we'd also be able to get deals with the rest of the world.
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(Original post by gladders)
Regent's University document may be of interest:

http://www.regents.ac.uk/media/17250...-final-pdf.pdf
What a fantastic report, I've been looking for something like that for months.
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(Original post by balanced)
property prices would fall, especially in cities.
Jobs, in the first few months yes, there would be a drop, but when we start getting trade deals going we'll see a big boom.
Inflation, no clue, but countries would be more interested in the uk as we'd still have free trade with Europe but we'd also be able to get deals with the rest of the world.
Thats probably wrong. We stay in for 2 years after voting to leave when we can negotiate any deals.
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Property prices to rise more slowly, inflation unaffected and employment to drop slowly.


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Property prices to rise more slowly, inflation unaffected and unemployment to drop slowly.


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It depends on the ability of the Government to get good deals with other countries and if the EU migrants will have to leave.
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Property prices would depend on if immigration was controlled properly after Brexit, if it is then rents in particular could fall, inflation would change very little because we are not in the Euro anyway and can control our economic policy, jobs would be very much better if we Brexit because the labour market would not be overwhelmed by mass immigration
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Property prices would be set to increase at 88.8% instead of 88.9% (remain in)

A young couple getting on the ladder would need a 120k deposit and an 200k joint income against 121k and 210,000 income if the UK stays in (this assumes a 3hr commute each way to work and a shared bathroom with a garage)
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Property prices would be set to increase at 88.8% instead of 88.9% (remain in)

A young couple getting on the ladder would need a 120k deposit and an 200k joint income against 121k and 210,000 income if the UK stays in (this assumes a 3hr commute each way to work and a shared bathroom with a garage)
Err after leaving migration numbers would go down and therefore less demand than if we stay in, to suggest that difference is 0.1% is laughable.


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