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> For Sale signs in London
> The level of sales is now at a 30-year low
> The slump in the property market is becoming even worse, according to a survey
> from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics).
> Estate agents sold on average under one property per week each in September.
> The number of properties being sold across the UK was the lowest since the Rics
> survey started in 1978 and was 52% lower than in September last year.
> London was the region with fewest sales per estate agent, at an average of just
> eight in the previous three months.
> And nationwide 91% of estate agents saw prices fall over the preceding three mo
> nths.
> "As it stands, only those with significant finances are in a position to access
> the market," said Rics spokesman Jeremy Leaf.
> "The housing market continues to hold its breath and unless mortgage liquidity
> improves, the market is likely to remain a dormant beast for some time to come.
> "
> Lenders such as the Halifax and the Nationwide have reported that prices have
> fallen by 12% in the past year.
> Stamp duty
> Despite this picture, Rics took some encouragement from a slight improvement in
> the number of new inquiries from would-be buyers, which it said was a "lead
> indicator" of activity.
> The proportion of surveyors reporting a rise in inquiries was at its best for 1
> 6
> months, though they were still outnumbered by those reporting a fall.
> The balance between those reporting a fall compared with a rise in enquiries
> stood at 17%, smaller than the 27% gap seen in August.
> "The market has still yet to experience significant numbers of forced sales but
> surveyors are surprisingly optimistic that sales will increase over the next
> three months," said Rics.
> One reason for the improvement in inquiries might have been the clarification,
> at the start of September, of the government's plans temporarily to raise to
> £175,000 the starting point for stamp duty on property sales.
> The uncertainty about this had been widely blamed for deterring even more
> potential buyers during the summer months.

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