Ten UK cities have recorded double digit price growth since the Brexit vote in June 2016.

Since June 2016, Birmingham house prices have risen, on average, 16% followed by Manchester with a 15% rise.

The latest data from Hometrack shows buyers in many parts of the country are shrugging off Brexit uncertainty and continuing to buy property at a steady rate.

House prices slowed steadily over 2018, largely due to the slowdown in London and other cities in southern England.

Whilst prices are falling in London (-0.2%), Cambridge (-3.8%) and Aberdeen (-6.1%), prices are rising across the many UK cities with the fastest growth in Edinburgh (6.8%) followed by Liverpool (6.1%).

20 City Index results
Source: 20 UK Cities Index by Hometrack