House prices are being supported by a lack of new homes, with house prices growing on an annual, quarterly and monthly basis for the first time since October 2018. The latest report from the Halifax shows in the three months to February house prices...
The latest data from Zoopla shows 'Parking' as the number one searched keyword for those looking to rent. It was the most searched keyword for all regions apart from North East England, where 'garage' was most popular. Whilst 'Furnished' was the fourth most...
House prices in Leicester rose by 6% over the 12 months to January 2019, the fastest rate in the UK, although down slightly from 6.2% in 2018. Leicester recorded the highest growth, followed by Belfast at 5.8%. Manchester came in third at 5.4% growth,...
2018 saw the highest number of first time buyer mortgages since 2006
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...
The number of new homes registered by UK housebuilders in 2018 was in line with 2017 figures, according to NHBC’s annual new homes statistics. Developers registered 159,617 new homes with NHBC in 2018; a 0.5% decrease on the 160,396 recorded in 2017.
A former toll house, turned into a one bedroom home, is for sale for £260,000. Originally built back in the early 19th Century as part of the Maiden Newton toll, this Grade II Listed property is set in approximately one third of an acre.
House prices have fallen by 2.9% in January, knocking approximately £6,000 off the average UK home. The average house is now worth £223,691, a big fall from December's figure of £229,729. The latest report from Halifax shows new buyer enquiries falling for a fifth month...
House prices stagnated in January, with annual growth slowing to 0.1%. The latest figures from Nationwide, show a modest increase of 0.3% in January, taking the average UK property price to £211,966, down slightly from December's figure of £212,281. The report...
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...
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