Category: House Prices

UK homes less expensive now than at the housing market’s peak…

  Britain’s homes are generally less pricey now than they were at the housing market’s peak in 2007, with London being the exception as affordability within the capital seems to be fast becoming a mythical notion, according to new findings … Continue reading

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Average UK house growth expected to slow

The average price of UK property rose marginally by 0.6% in September on the previous month to £187,188, nonetheless this represents a peak in annual house price growth with properties’ values expected to increase at a more temperate rate henceforth, … Continue reading

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Price of flats rise faster than any other property type in the last ten years

Flat prices have surged by an estimated 32% over the last 10 years according to fresh data from Halifax, as heightened demand from first time buyers and rapidly escalating property prices in London, the majority of which are flats or … Continue reading

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The perfect way to promote prestigous property

If you have a prestigious home to sell, Countrywide’s new Prestige Homes offering will boost your property’s profile at no extra cost.

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House prices stabilise over August

UK house prices remained stable over August, suggesting the blistering pace at which they were shooting upwards could have eased over recent months, Britain’s biggest mortgage lender, Halifax, revealed in today’s freshly published data.

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Bank of England retains its base rate at 0.5% amid pressure due to the UK’s current period of economic growth

The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has voted to retain interest rates at 0.5% for the 66th consecutive month, reflecting its lack of conviction in the durability of the economic growth the UK is currently undergoing.

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Affluent households paying an average of £21,000 more for houses near top state schools

A recent study carried out by Lloyds banking group has shown that affluent parents are prepared to pay on average £21,000 more than the average house price in bordering neighbourhoods for the privilege of living within the same postcode as … Continue reading

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Is the housing market starting to cool in the capital?

Following the latest report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) we’re left wondering if the housing market in the capital is starting to lose its heat as findings from the report show that the number of buyer enquiries … Continue reading

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