The housing market is set to see its worst three-month period in two decades as forecasts suggest it will be driven down by Brexit uncertainty. This follows calls from homelessness charity Shelter for the government to create 3.1 million new homes for social housing. Sales expectations across the UK are either flat or negative, the poorest reading since the record began in 1999, and cites affordability issues as part of the problem. The 12-month outlook is slightly more positive, suggesting that the lack of clarity surrounding the UK’s departure from the EU is significantly impacting the property market.

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