As you are probably already aware, Mark Carney (The Governor of the Bank of England) today warned that 'a chaotic no-deal Brexit could mean that property prices fall by as much as 35%'. You've read the papers, you've seen the reports, and you could be forgiven for thinking there are four horsemen on the brow of the hill… there isn't.
I'm going to break down his sentence for the glass half empty brigade:
Preparation is key, but perception is everything. You may be a 'glass half full' or a 'glass half empty' type of person – the reports that you've read today are based on there being no water in the glass whatsoever!
My advice is to keep calm and carry on… nobody knows how this is going to pan out (not even those negotiating the deal). There are many twists and turns ahead and the uncertainty certainly doesn't help the property and financial markets. If the media could refrain from misinterpreting statements and scaremongering the general public however, it would go some way to providing a degree of clarity.