HHousing prices are rising because homeowners are "bored" by Brexit and want to live with their lives, according to a new report.
The average selling price of a home rose in April by almost £ 3,500, which represents the largest increase since the beginning of the month for more than a year, according to the Rightmove real estate website.
On average, average prices for new real estate in the UK rose by 1.1 percent on average across the UK. This is the largest increase since the previous month since March 2018.
Real estate agents said "boring Brexit" shoppers and sellers can not put their lives on hold and move on.
The average purchase price for a home now stands at £ 305,449 – which is still 0.1% lower than a year ago, despite the spring jump in April.
Rightmove said it was common for prices to rise at this time of the year. However, this is still the largest increase since April in April.
However, the uncertain political backdrop continued to slow the market, with new selling prices, the number of properties that came onto the market, and the number of sales agreed, all of which fell short of last year.