Month: May 2019

Smooth Brexit could mean Interest Rate Rise

It was clear from the recent local election results that no matter whether you’re behind or against Brexit that the biggest majority of people in the UK just want Brexit over and done with.   Since the UK voted either for or against Brexit in 2016, there has been an interest rate rise which was seen in 2018 when the Bank of England chose to increase rates by 0.25 percent. The Bank of England Base Rate now stands at 0.75% however, this is predicted to rise should Brexit all go smoothly during. It is likely that is will only be ... Read more

Brexit and The Housing Market

If you’re not fed up of hearing about Brexit yet then you could be with predictions about the housing market should the UK leave without a deal.   Although there is much speculation about the impact of Brexit on the economy and housing market there have been predictions that when the UK finally leaves the European Union it will cause property jitters.   As of time of writing the current deadline for Brexit is the 31st October this year although there is talk that it may be pushed back further as it has been done prior to now.   So, ... Read more