Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 163 LIVING Redefined “The UK has voted to leave the EU and the immediate short term effect has been volatility in the financial markets and pressure on the pound. At a local level it is still very much business as usual. At the time of writing we have not seen a single buyer withdraw from a sale due to ‘Brexit’ and since the referendum we have exchanged contracts and agreed deals on numerous properties. Locally we have seen a noticeable increase in ‘London buyers’ this year, looking to make the move into the ‘country’ and there is no reason to expect this trend to change.” James Brine Associate Strutt Parker LLP, Haslemere “This year has been a busy one so far for Savills Residential Sales team with an increasing demand for good quality new homes in the region. As well as demand from those already living locally, we are seeing more buyers from London looking to move further out, to locations that offer more space for their money and good transport links. Despite an uncertain political and economic outlook, we are anticipating the demand for good quality homes in Sussex and Surrey to continue, because the fundamental attributes of the UK property market remain in place. King Edward VII Estate, set in 165 acres of stunning parkland between Haslemere and Midhurst is prime example of desirable property that offers a timeless product and convenient location.” Jo Judge Head of New Homes Sales Savills, Guildford MARKET COMMENT It’s an exciting time for sales agents across the UK. James Brine, Strutt & Parker and Jo Judge, Savills discuss the impact of Brexit on the property market. ❝ The UK property market will continue to be a sound financial investment❞