We know that the Brexit vote has some caused instability in the UK and global economy.
But what could it all mean for the North West property market?
Before the referendum, one of the scary figures issued by the Treasury was that house prices in our region would fall 18 per cent in the next two years.
Our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue went to find the story behind the stats:
The Chief Minister of the Isle of Man, Allan Bell, is fighting to retain their EU links despite the Brexit decision.
A comprehensive guide of how people in the North West and your area voted in the EU Referendum