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The number of houses sold in the slotxo market cannot meet the demand of the buyers, resulting in higher real estate prices.The frequency of the "sell" signal slowed in April, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).A prospective buyer told the BBC that the house with the garden "disappeared" after being eavesdropped by buyers.Various surveys have shown that prices are increasing at the fastest rate for many years.Demand from buyers increased during April across the UK, according to an RICS member, as people continue to look for homes with more indoor and outdoor spaces.

Many buyers would also like to take advantage of the extended stamp duty extensions across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.This demand is not matched with supply.Frederick Henry once searched for a house with a garden in London. But said the market was "crazy" and that real estate "disappeared".I want to leave the motel. But there's somewhere to wake up and let the air flow,Now, the first time buyer has decided to buy a small apartment in the hope that the market will cease and he can buy somewhere bigger in the next few years.

His mortgage broker - Robert Payne of Langley House Mortgages said there was a short-term rush. But he expects demand from buyers to continue.Some people even look online and buy accordingly," he said.The relatively cheap borrowing encourages first-time buyers and movers to "maximum" borrow as much as they can.Mortgages are relatively cheap due to the low interest rates in the UK for some time. But economic conditions could raise interest rates in the future, which could squeeze the finances of some of these borrowers.

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RICS chief economist Simon Rubinsohn said reform planning outlined in the Queen's speech was only part of the answer to a shortage of built homes.The RICS warned that the proposal was vulnerable to violations of safety and design standards, warning that additional on-site inspection waivers could be delivered. "Rabbit Hutch"Housing supply, or so, the supply-to-demand shortage is a key issue from respondents to the most recent RICS survey,While it may be easy to assume that higher numbers alone can fix affordability problems, especially in a low-interest rate environment, it may be difficult to assume that higher numbers alone can fix affordability problems." But the increase in shipments will have a role to play.