House prices in Wales reached an all-time peak in December 2018, taking the average price across the country to £186,699, the latest quarterly index shows.
London’s house price recovery is set to start in the boroughs of Newham and Hammersmith and Fulham due to booming rental yields in these two locations, according to a new analysis.
Asking prices in the UK increased by just 0.4% in January, the lowest monthly rise for this time of the year since the beginning of 2012, the latest index shows.
Average house prices in England and Wales increased by 0.3% in December and are now just 0.6% higher than the same month in 2017, according to the latest index to be published.
Your Move says Brexit impact has led to falls in some cases of almost £500,000 in 12 months
Outlook for sales the weakest in two decades, say Britain’s surveyors
Asking prices fell by 0.5% in England and Wales and by 1% in Scotland this month and more properties already on the market are reduced in price, the latest index shows.
House price growth in the UK is expected to be relatively moderate at 1.8% in 2019 with the property market affected by a number of economic, political and financial trends, according to the latest outlook report.
Surprise increase after sluggish year comes despite uncertainty over Brexit
The UK housing market is unlikely to see much change in 2019 with a continuation of weakening sales activity, according to the RICS UK Residential Housing Forecast 2019.
The average price of a property in Scotland increased by 4.4% in the 12 months to October 2018 to £151,508, the latest official figures to be published shows.
Annual house price growth in the UK slowed to just 0.5% in 2018, down from 2.6% in 2017, the weakest pace since February 2017, according to the latest lender index to be published.
The British property market is likely to see a slow start to the new year, with continued concerns about Brexit expected to affect buyer and seller decisions until after the UK leaves the European Union in March.
UK house prices grew at an annual pace of 0.5% in December, the Nationwide building society has said, the slowest annual rate since February 2013.
London’s prime property market saw a rise in activity at the higher end of the sector in the second half of 2018 as demand continued to increase, the latest analysis shows.
A recent survey by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) suggested homes in cities and major towns were on the market for 102 days on average before being sold or put under offer - that was six days longer than in 2017.
Prime regional property prices in England and Wales fell in the fourth quarter of 2018 but the North of England has seen annual growth, the latest country house index shows.
Apsley in Hertfordshire is the most affordable commuter town for people living in London and Oxshott in Surrey is the most expensive, according to a new analysis.
Property prices in Britain increased by 1.02% annually in 2018, equating to an increase of £2,860 for the average property and a daily increase of £8, new research shows.
Grosvenor Crescent in London is the most expensive street in England and Wales with an average price of £16.9 million, according to new research.
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