Latest mortgage news - House Prices


23 Aug 2019

London remains the least affordable UK city with slow improvement

Affordability levels in London are slowly starting to improve with average earnings rising at a faster pace than house price growth.

19 Aug 2019

London house prices rise for the first time in two years

Homes in Greater London have risen year-on-year for the first time in two years with new seller asking prices 1.3% higher.

26 Jul 2019

Property values rise by cost of a good bottle of wine per day

House prices for the typical home rise £2,046 in the first six months of the year equivalent to a good bottle of wine, says Zoopla.

17 Jul 2019

London house prices fall at fastest rate since financial crisis, says ONS

House prices in England are dragged lower after the biggest fall in London prices since the financial crisis down -4.4% annually.

19 Jun 2019

Falling demand for flats in London driving prices lower across England

The price of flats in England are lower by -2.1% for the year driven by negative growth for this property type in London.

18 Jun 2019

Property asking prices near record levels despite political uncertainty

Buoyant northern regions sends newly-marketed property prices to within £91 of a new record even with uncertainty over Brexit.

14 Jun 2019

Londoners pay highest premium of £42,900 to live near a station

Home buyers in London are willing to pay the highest premium of £42,900 to live within 500m of a tube, metro or rail station.

29 May 2019

Buyers negotiate harder as discounts to asking price increase

The gap between asking and selling price has increased across cities as home buyers negotiate harder on the property price.

20 May 2019

House prices in London boroughs struggle as regions defy Brexit

London boroughs record falls in house prices with Wales leading with 4.1% annual growth that defies Brexit uncertainty.

06 May 2019

Demand in seaside towns sends house prices higher over decade

Holiday homes in Sandbanks rise 26% in the last year is the most expensive seaside town as prices rise over a decade.

20 Apr 2019

House prices in central London recover thanks to extension of Brexit

With more certainty as Brexit is extended seller asking prices are 2.7% higher reflecting stronger demand in central London.

20 Apr 2019

Top ten regions where property made more money than their owners

Over the past two years property has made more money than homeowners although the gap is closing as price growth slows.

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