Latest mortgage news - London House Prices


20 Jan 2016

London house prices rise 9.8% in November ahead of the UK average

The ONS data shows the pace of house price growth remains strong with London higher by 9.8% ahead of the UK average.

31 Dec 2015

London heads lower house sales for the year, says Halifax

UK house sales were 8% lower in 2015 over the year with London and majority of towns leading the way.

18 Dec 2015

House prices are predicted to jump 50% by 2025, says latest report

A study produced by the CEBR for estate agent associations shows UK house prices are expected to rise by 50% in the next ten years.

16 Dec 2015

UK house prices rise at faster rate, says ONS

Property prices in the UK have increased 7.0% over the year to October with an average price of £287,000 according to the ONS.

29 Oct 2015

Average London house prices reaches £500,000 for first time

House prices in the capital have reached a new high in September and is likely to exceed half a million next month according to the Land Registry.

24 Oct 2015

London leads sharp decline in sales for £1m plus properties

Sales of £1m plus properties are on average 11% in the first half of this year with London leading the fall according to data from Lloyds Bank.

30 Sep 2015

Mortgage lending at record high as house price north-south divide widens

Figures from the Bank of England show UK mortgage lending has hit a new high with over 71,000 loans approved in August.

15 Sep 2015

House prices rise surge greatest outside London, according to ONS

Data from the Office of National Statistics show house prices are rising fastest in the East and South-East of England rather than London.

29 Aug 2015

London among UK major cities with strong house price growth this year

Data from Hometrack show the top 20 UK cities with strong house price rise this year exceeding the national average.

28 Aug 2015

Property sales fall by 15% over the year as house prices rise, says Land Registry

The Land Registry report shows the number of sales in England & Wales has reduced by 15% while house prices have continued to increase.

04 Aug 2015

UK house prices increase in July as stamp duty changes take effect

The pace of house price inflation picked up last month and is starting to match earnings growth according to the mortgage lender Nationwide.

08 Jul 2015

House prices reach a new high due to shortage of new homes

A new report from the Halifax shows average house prices are now over £200,000 pushed higher with a housing supply shortage.

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