Latest mortgage news - London House Prices

16 Dec 2019

Home movers given more certainty after majority in general election

The majority in the general election gives home movers more certainty with the prospect of house prices rising 2.0%, says Righmove.

26 Nov 2019

Property asking and sold price gap narrows to 5% in London

The difference between the asking and sold property price in London is more realistic reducing to 5% from over 20% four years ago.

14 Nov 2019

Sellers are deterred by looming election as house prices fall

The looming election deters sellers with property listings down 15% while lower house prices tempt buyers looking for bargains.

29 Oct 2019

Time taken to sell your property at three year high across UK cities

For homeowners the time it takes to sell your property of 12 weeks is at a three year high increasing from 8 weeks in 2016.

16 Sep 2019

Lower London house prices help speed up time to secure a buyer

House prices coming to the market in London have reduced by more than £13,000 this month helping to move property more quickly.

12 Sep 2019

First time buyer deposits rise to the highest level in a decade

Deposits for first time buyers to purchase their first home have increased by 52% over the past decade according to the Halifax.

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.

20 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.

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.

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.

Call for your free quote 0800 955 0058


    Equity Release may involve a Lifetime Mortgage or a Home Reversion Scheme. To understand the features and risks, please ask for a personalised illustration. Equity Release may affect your entitlement to means tested state benefits and will impact on the size of your estate. For Equity Release London City Mortgages charge a fixed fee upon completion of £695. For Mortgages a fixed fee is charged on application. Typically this is from £295 up to £495 for the services selected.


    Equity Release - Equity Released from your home will be secured against it. Mortgages – Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or other loans secured against it. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. The information contained in this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore intended for consumers based in the UK.


    9th Floor, 30 Crown Place
    London, EC2A 4EB

    0800 955 0058


    London City Mortgages Limited is a registered company in England & Wales under company number 09278987. London City Mortgages Limited is an Appointed Representative (FCA no. 655965) of Blackstone Moregate Limited (FCA no. 459051) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. LCM and LCM Equity Release are trading names of London City Mortgages Limited.

    2021 © London City Mortgages.
    Website designed & developed by Spyre Media