The short answer is "I don't know". It is just too early to tell.
George Osborne and the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney have tried to re-assure everyone that we are better placed now than in 2008 to confront any economic issues - which they are both convinced will come at some point in the future.
House prices tend to be determined to a certain degree by the simple measure of supply and demand. So if the banks are still lending (at affordable rates) and people still want to move, there is no reason why property prices should crash.
There is no suggestion at present that the Banks and Building Societies will start restricting the availability of mortgages at all.
Nor have lenders shown any inclination yet to increase the interest rates they have on offer since Friday.
All of this could change in the future but the process of leaving is a long one and the countdown has not even started yet.
So at this stage - only 3 days after the result of the vote - it is very much business as usual. Let's hope it stays that way!