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London house-buyers benefit from Brexit impact on prices

Housing prices in the capital are now growing more slowly than in any other region in the country

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In addition to the fears surrounding Brexit, Chinese capital controls and British legislation making buy-to-let investments more expensive have contributed to the sector's slowdown .

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AT 24, Londoner Kai Brader-Tan did not expect to become a property owner so soon in a city where rocketing prices in recent years have prevented many of his peers from getting onto the housing ladder.

But the Brexit vote may have given him a step up.

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