The West Midlands had the strongest annual house price growth across the UK in the 12 months to November 2018.
Experts and data agree—this year will be a good one to buy a house in most places.
There was a sharp increase in number of failed house sales in England and Wales in the last quarter of 2018, down almost 50%, but overall the outlook remains strong, new figures suggest.
Cheaper mortgage deals are keeping buyers interested despite Brexit uncertainty, housebuilder Taylor Wimpey said on Wednesday.
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.
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Property sales have fallen in 64.4% of local authority areas in England and Wales, according to a new analysis of data from the Land Registry.
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.
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More than 102,000 sales of land and property were registered in England and Wales in November 2018, the latest official data shows.
Buyers who have been priced out of home ownership in London are finding that by leaving the capital their money goes further with most moving not too far to the Home Counties.
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Property sales have fallen significantly in London and the South East if England but the West Midlands, North West and Wales defy the current Brexit uncertainty.
The property market in the UK has seen fewer sales and a reduction in activity in 2018, mainly due to Brexit uncertainty and tax changes affecting buyers, according to a new analysis.
More freehold homes are being sold in England and Wales with this type of property tenure increasing by 8.6% year on year in the 12 months to October 2018, official data shows.
The amount of gazumping going on in the British housing market has fallen but London is still sees the biggest amount of the frowned upon practice.
Properties are taking longer to sell than a year ago, analysis suggests, at an average of more than three months in urban areas of the UK.
Brexit jitters spread to housebuilder Taylor Wimpey on Tuesday as worried buyers take longer to sign on the dotted line.
The number of property sales received for registration in England and Wales fell in September month on month, the latest official figures show.
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