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House prices in the latest three months (March-May) were 2.0% higher than in the preceding three months (December 2014-February 2015) according to the latest Halifax House Price Index.
The quarterly rate of change fell for the second successive month and compares with 2.6% in March. Continue reading
The April data shows an annual price increase of 5.1 per cent which takes the average property value in England and Wales to £179,817 compared with the peak of £181,014 in November 2007. House prices are up 0.9 per cent since March.
The regional data indicates that: Continue reading
Rent rises in Scotland have started to pick up pace, according to the latest Scotland Buy-to-Let Index from Your Move, one of Scotland’s largest lettings agent networks.
Rents have increased 1.6% (£9) on last April, marking a step up in annual rent growth after a period of cooler price rises. Continue reading
House prices in the latest three months (February-April) were 2.2% higher than in the preceding three months (November 2014-January 2015) according to the latest Halifax House Price Index April 2015.
The quarterly rate of change decreased for the first time this year following three consecutive rises and compares with 2.6% last month. Continue reading
Annual house price growth edged up to 5.2% in April from 5.1% in March according to Nationwide
Overall UK house prices rose by 1% in April. Continue reading
First-time buyers are almost neck-and-neck with investors in the Prime London property market, according to estate agent Marsh & Parsons’ latest London Property Monitor.
While investors continue to account for the majority of house purchases made across Prime London, this margin has narrowed significantly after a huge spike in first-time buyer sales in the past three months. Continue reading
Research from Shelter has shown that 49% of parents in Britain whose children haven’t bought a home, think the only way they will be able to do so is with inheritance from them.
Many parents feel high house prices and a lack of affordable homes are leaving their children priced out. And the latest government figures suggest they are right to be concerned, with homeownership levels having collapsed among young adults in the last decade. Continue reading