According to a recent analysis of property sale trends in Britain, UK properties are taking longer to sell this year than in 2017. The average is presently more than three months in urban areas of the country.
Residential properties in cities and larger towns were on the market for an average of 102 days before being put under offer or sold.
According to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), this is six days longer than was the case last year.
The average time it took to sell a residential property in the UK varied from an average of 39 days in Edinburgh, which was the best case situation, to 131 days in Blackpool, which stood at the other end of the spectrum.