House prices in the UK increased by an average of 1.4% in the 12 months to April 2019 and were up 0.7% month on month to £228,903, the latest official figures show.
Brexit continues to dominate the London property market with annual price growth across the capital at its lowest level since 2009, according to the latest residential market outlook report.
There are 17 towns and cities in the UK where it’s possible to buy a flat for less than £80,000, allowing first time buyers to get on the housing ladder for just under three times the average UK salary, according to new research.
Home owners in the North of the UK are more confident about the housing market outlook bit overall the vast majority nationwide expect prices to increase in the next six months, the latest sentiment survey suggests.
High house prices in expensive cities have been caused by the planning system’s rationing of new homes in areas of high demand, according to a report out on 11 June.
Asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.6% in the 12 months to June 2019 to £308,409, while in Scotland the market is stronger with an annual rise of 1.4% to £187,746, the latest index shows.
Home ownership in the UK is just a pipedream for half of employed people due to high day to day living costs, meaning they cannot afford to get on the property ladder, new research suggests.
It is still possible to buy a family home, with three bedrooms or more, in or close to a major UK town or city, for less than £100,000, according to research.
Property prices in prime property markets are continuing to fall on an annual basis but there is stability with values hardly changed on a quarterly and monthly basis, the latest analysis shows.
House prices in May fell 0.2% from April in what Nationwide building society described as a subdued market.
London homebuyers are getting the biggest discounts in at least six years
Property prices in south east London are set to rise faster than much of Greater London thanks to significant regeneration throughout the area, a new market research report suggests.
Buying a home in a market town in England comes with an average price premium of almost £31,000, according to the latest research.
Across Scotland, on average, properties are selling for £4,000 more than their asking price, with the price for sale increasing across much of the country.
Average house prices in the UK increased by 1.4% in the year to March 2019, up from 1% in February 2019, the latest official figures shows.
Since the proposed expansion of Heathrow was approved by Parliament last year house prices in surrounding areas have dropped by an average of 2.6%, new research has found.
Asking prices in the UK increased by an average of 0.9% or £2,841 this month, buoyed by the spring market and consistent with the previous two year average of 1% for the time of year.
The average asking price of a house in the UK has increased by £40,000 over the past five years delivering a revenue increase of £536 on average per sale for estate agents, the latest housing market data suggests.
Notting Hill’s ‘most expensive home’ was taken off the market. Buyers are waiting for U.K. withdrawal from EU to sign deals.
Prices across the prime central London market were down 9.7% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the same period last year with an average of £1,146 per square foot.
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