House Price Index Items
Nine out of 13 regions across Britain recorded property price increases last year, according to the Nationwide index. The average house price is now around £164,785, up by 1.1 per cent over 12 months and by 0.3 per cent over the past three months.
House prices across the UK fell back by 0.9 per cent in November after rising by 1.2 per cent in October, according to the latest price index released by the Halifax. The average house now costs £161,731.
Britain's house prices edged a little higher this month, according to the latest property index. Nationwide Building Society said the average home went up by 0.4 per cent in value to stand at around £165,798.
People living in Britain's private rented sector are expecting the biggest jump in property prices over the next year – and at a faster pace than they reported last month, according to latest figures from Knight Frank.
An ‘end of summer bounce’ in the Scottish housing market is very much being supported by wealthier buyers and investors, a property prices index claims. According to the new monthly LSL/Academetrics report for Scotland, average house prices rose for the third month in a row in September with 0.8 per cent growth.
Cheaper properties combined with more affordable mortgages sent buyer confidence soaring last month, with transactions rising by 9.5 per cent, according to LSL Property Services. House prices fell by 0.3 per cent on average in September.
House prices are fairly stable, with just a 0.1 per cent rise recorded for September, according to Nationwide's latest data. The cost of an average home in the UK is now £166,256, down 0.3 per cent on last year, the lender said.
The average house price in England and Wales now just more than £162,000, according to figures released today from August house sales. The latest House Price Index from the Land Registry also reveals a real north-south divide in the property market.
The UK's property prices suffered an unexpected 0.6 per cent blip in August, according to Nationwide figures. The first price drop in four months brought the cost of a typical home to £165,914, the lender said.
Property prices dropped by 2.1 per cent over the year to July, with London the only region to see an increase, according to Land Registry figures. Flats and maisonettes saw the largest annual decline, with prices down 2.8 per cent on average.
Residential property prices rose by 0.6 per cent in June, but fell by two per cent over the year, official figures reveal. A typical home in the UK costs around £204,981, the Department for Communities and Local Government index shows.
UK property prices rose unexpectedly last month, helped by low interest rates, an increase in employment figures and some tightening in market conditions, the Halifax said today. The average house price is now £163,049, according to the lender.
Britain's property prices stayed relatively flat during June as mortgage applications remained low and new buyer inquiries sluggish, according to the latest house price index published today by Nationwide.
Economic uncertainty, a squeeze on incomes and nervous mortgage lenders are continuing to keep a lid on the housing market. This is according to a recent house price index which found the market is being held back despite homes essentially becoming more affordable.
Residential property prices saw a slender increase during May, but values were still down over the quarter and substantially year on year, according to the latest figures published today by the Halifax.
House prices are likely to continue on a ‘sideways’ trajectory for the rest of 2011, according to Nationwide economists. The bank’s latest House Price Index revealed a modest 0.3 per cent increase in May compared with the previous month and a quarterly rise of 0.6 per cent.
The average price of UK property suffered its biggest drop in seven months during April as weak consumer confidence deterred prospective buyers, the latest house price index from the Halifax suggests.
House prices remained unchanged during April for the first time in nine months as demand for homes began to rise, new figures reveal. The average property price is still around £153,100, according to the Hometrack monthly national housing survey.
The lower end of the property market is seeing a faster price drop than Spain, new figures reveal. The poll shows the cheapest 20 per cent of stock in England and Wales has fallen 5.1 per cent in a year, compared with Spain's 1.9 per cent dip.
House prices in England and Wales have been stagnant overall during the last 12 months as a surge in London prices balanced out falls in other regions, the latest LSL Acadametric house price index suggests.
UK house prices in March were 2.9 per cent lower than a year ago, according to data from the Halifax. The price index also revealed a quarterly fall of 0.6 per cent during the first three months of this year.
The new house price index from Nationwide unveils a rather mixed picture for the first quarter of 2011. But across the UK, prices rose by 0.5 per cent during March and by 0.6 per cent during the quarter.
There has been a surprise increase in the price of property in the capital as stock is snapped up by international buyers who see prime central London stock as a gold standard asset, according to Savills.
Average asking prices have risen by 0.8 per cent during the past month, according to Rightmove. But with a lack of appropriate housing for sale, the website said 30 per cent of would-be first time buyers are set to rent for at least three years.
Property prices across the UK rose in January by 0.5 per cent over the year, but decreased by 1.4 per cent over the month, according to the latest data from the Department for Communities and Local Government.