Asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.3% in the 12 months to March 2019, while in Scotland they increased by 2.1%, the latest property market index shows.
Housing affordability in the UK was at its highest in 2016 but in 2018 it reached its lowest level in a decade, according to a new study.
Galbraith, a leading independent property consultancy, reports that the market for country properties continues to defy expectations, unaffected by Brexit uncertainty.
Experts question reliability of figures that show biggest monthly increase since 1983
Residential prices are continuing to fall in prime property markets in London but an upturn is expected once Brexit uncertainty dissipates, according to the latest sector analysis report.
House price growth in 2018 in the UK was the weakest it has been since 2013 while it was stronger in the rest of the UK, annual figures from the Land Registry shows.
The annual rate of growth in key cities in the UK continued to moderate in the 12 months to January 2019, up 2.9%, but 13 cities recorded lower price growth than a year ago, the latest index shows.
Annual house price growth in the UK remained sluggish in February, up just 0.4% and month on month prices fell by 0.4%, the latest lender index shows.
The record for Birmingham’s most expensive house sale has been smashed by well over £1m following the recent sale of 8 Carpenter Road in Edgbaston for a reported figure of £4.875m.
Home owners in Britain aged 65 and over have effectively earned almost £1,000 a month over the last six months from their properties, new research shows.
With a lot of talk about whether or not Brexit is affecting the property market in Britain, a new study has looked at where it might, or might not, be having an effect.
People born today are set to have to pay £1.2 million for their first home in the UK at the age of 34, and £4.5 million if they live in London, new research has found.
In 2018 buyers were 34 before half had bought their own home; in 1997 the age was 26
The average asking price for property in Britain increased by 0.7% this month and is consistent with the growth recorded in February last year and the one before, the latest index shows.
Newport in South Wales saw the biggest jump in house prices of any UK town or city in 2018, while Aberdeen was the worst performer outside of London, according to a new analysis of Land Registry figures.
Average asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.2% in the 12 months to February 2019, the first fall on the national figure for over seven years, according to the latest index data.
Buying a flat or maisonette in England is cheaper than a year ago, according to official figures, with the cost of semi-detached homes rising fastest.
Buying a home in England near a top rated secondary school costs on average £331,605 but falls to £292,933 for schools rated as good, new research has found.
Londonderry and Stirling are the UK’s most affordable cities in terms of house prices with Oxford being the least, according to new research.
Biggest monthly drop since April comes while annual growth slows to 0.8% – Halifax
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