10 OCT 2019
The UK Residential Market Survey is used by the government, the Bank of England and other key institutions, including the IMF, as an indicator of current and future conditions in UK residential sales and lettings. It is covered extensively in the media and is the leading source of market intelligence, highly regarded both by investors and across the industry.
RICS professionals’ input into the survey is essential and gives us valuable information from across the UK. Taking part in the survey is quick and simple and you will receive full accreditation in our reports.
The survey is open for approximately two weeks towards the end of a month.
The September 2019 RICS UK Residential Market Survey shows housing sales remaining subdued, and buyer demand and supply slipping into negative territory.
Survey results point to a renewed deterioration in sales expectations over the near term.
As the new government beds in, the July 2019 RICS Residential Market Survey results show some of the improvement seen in near term expectations for sales and prices partially reversed.
The best short-term lead indicator of house prices and activity.
One of the most reliable guides to movements in house prices.
The Financial Times