"Over the next three months, sales expectations are now either flat or negative across the UK. The headline net balance of —28% represents the poorest reading since the series was formed in 1999," the RICS said, commenting on the survey.
The balance refers to the difference between the number of respondents who anticipated prices to go up over the given period and the number expecting them to fall.
According to the surveyor, the respondents also noted the decline in the number of inquiries and agreed sales last month.
A no-deal Brexit means that there will be no post-divorce transition period and that the United Kingdom would have to leave the European Union without access to the bloc's single market and customs union. This will lead to the uncertainty for life and work in the United Kingdom.