Latest mortgage news - House Prices


16 Apr 2022

House prices in seaside towns rise 8pc as demand remains strong

Homes on the coast attract a premium and house prices are up 8% on the previous year as buyers seek to improve their quality of life.

25 Feb 2022

Detached home values at £425,000 with higher demand

The average value of detached homes has increased at twice the rate of smaller properties to £425,000 with a surge in buyer demand.

02 Feb 2022

Demand for properties at record highs up 50pc in cities and suburbs

Strong bounce back in demand this year up 50% on usual levels as buyers search for more space in cities and suburbs as offices reopen.

07 Jan 2022

UK house price winner in 2021 revealed with 21pc rise in values

Towns with the highest house price growth in 2021 have seen values rise as much as 21.8%, three times higher than the national average.

22 Dec 2021

What it cost you to live on the most expensive UK streets

You need to pay almost £29 million to live on the UK’s most expensive street and all the top ten are located in London.

06 Dec 2021

House prices ease after rising 6.9pc in a year

Higher demand has seen house prices rising 6.9% in the last year following the Covid lockdown with prices starting to ease.

19 Nov 2021

House prices drop offering buyers a bargain before the Boxing Day

People are distracted with the festive period and lower house prices in the pre-Christmas lull offer buyers many property bargains.

05 Nov 2021

Strong house price growth for regional markets in 2022

Record sales of 1.5 million homes are expected for this year and the strongest house price growth in 2022 will continue in regional markets outside London.

08 Oct 2021

Demand for property remains strong sending house prices higher

After the end of tapered stamp duty demand for property is historically high with low supply pushing house pieces to new highs.

15 Sep 2021

Suburb prices rise faster than cities as buyers search for space

Demand for more space is driving house prices higher in the suburbs as the pandemic changes the lifestyles of city homeowners.

26 Aug 2021

Premiums paid to live in market towns increases 8pc during lockdown

You pay a £36,116 premium to live in market towns during lockdown, up 8.4% for the year as people look to improve their lifestyle.

16 Aug 2021

Winchester is the least affordable UK city to live and work

Winchester replaces Oxford as the least affordable city to live and work with the highest average property prices now 14 times annual earnings.

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