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    Brexit is continuing to drag on the property market, with estate agents expecting further fall in home sales Brexit is continuing to drag on the property market, with estate agents reporting little increase in demand from buyers and sales expectations weakening. The Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors said Brexit-related uncertainty is having a significant effect ...
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    Northern Ireland businesses blame Brexit for drop in business activity, according to a new economic report Northern Ireland businesses blame Brexit for a sharp drop in export orders last month according to a new economic report, which shows there was a further slump in business activity during May. The North’s employment numbers also fell for ...
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    Foxtons sales at ‘record low levels’ as London’s property market stalls and Brexit dampens buyer confidence Brexit is hitting confidence in London’s property market, estate agent Foxtons has warned, as it revealed its sales volumes remain at ‘record low levels.’ The London-based estate agency said the capital’s housing market remains ‘very challenging’, posting revenue for ...
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    Fear of a hard brexit triggers demand for commercial property in Dublin Dublin is counting on a hard brexit for more property-driven business as it would force many corporations to relocate. Businesses are anxious as to the outcome of UK-EU negotiations and planning in advance in case an unfavourable brexit outcomes stares at them.
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    Royal Bank of Scotland will expand its Amsterdam office to serve customers in the EU if there is a hard Brexit, the bank announced as it reported a swing back into net profit in the second quarter.
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    Atlantic Leaf Properties has managed to grow its portfolio in the UK by a 51 per cent for the year to end February, despite the threat posed by Brexit during the period.
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    Britain is set to formally file for divorce from the European Union, ending a 44-year relationship following the decision made by U.K. voters in a referendum nine months ago. Prime Minister Theresa May is due to tell House of Commons Wednesday afternoon that she has invoked Article 50 of the EU’s key treaty, the trigger ...
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    A key German priority when Brexit talks get under way is locking in an early commitment by the U.K. to pay its European Union bills, two people familiar with the government’s strategy said. While the exact amount owed by the U.K. can be agreed later, Germany wants Prime Minister Theresa May’s government to acknowledge at ...
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    Although the 2016 house price index for December indicates growth in property values, the beginning of the brexit process in March 2017 castes doubts over the sector’s growth.