With average annual house growth at just 0.2% (+£714) annual wage growth of 3.4% is outstripping asking prices at the fastest rate for 8 years, improving buyer affordability. The latest data from Rightmove shows the average price of newly-marketed homes increased by 0.7% (+£1,981) in February, in line with the previous...
House prices are withstanding the political uncertainty surrounding Brexit, in many parts of the UK. According to the latest figures from Hometrack, house prices have risen 3.2% year on year, with growth ranging from +7.7% in Leicester to -2.8% in Aberdeen. London house prices, however, continue their slowdown and are falling by...
The EU's Brexit extension is providing short-term relief for the property market. The latest data from Rightmove shows the price of new-to-the market properties rising by 1.1% (£3,447) in April, the largest monthly rise seen since March 2018. Despite the uncertainty around Brexit, market activity remains resilient with would-be...
Remortgaging in London has reached a nine year high, for the period 1 April to 30 June 2018, as homeowners lock into competitive deals following the recent Bank of England rate rises. There were 15,200 new homeowner remortgages in London completed in the second quarter, according to the latest figures from...
House prices increased by 2.2% in December, following a 1.2% fall in November, taking the average house price to £229,729. According to the latest report from Halifax, house prices could increase by up to 4% in 2019. Russell Galley, Managing Director, Halifax, said: "A stronger monthly growth figure for December reversed a...
PARKSIDE, LONDON £8,000,000 The second floor apartment has been completely refurbished to an exceptional standard and is within a highly sought after building in Knightsbridge. The apartment has four bedroom suites and a spacious entrance hall leading to reception room with a separate dining room. Parkside is well located for...
The economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit is having a real impact on the UK property market, with demand from new buyers weakening again in September. According to the September 2018 RICS UK Residential Market Survey, affordability constraints, a lack of stock, economic uncertainty and interest rate rises are all contributing towards...
2018 saw the highest number of first time buyer mortgages since 2006
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