Latest mortgage news - London House Prices

02 Jul 2015

Annual house prices rise at slowest rate for two years

Latest figures from the Nationwide show house price growth is at a two year low bringing average prices to £195,055.

30 Jun 2015

House price gains for Eastern England although London leads over a year

The Land Registry data shows house prices for homes in east of England up 1.6% with London gains of 9.1% in the last year.

26 Jun 2015

London property values up to 16 times higher than cheapest UK homes

Prices of homes in Kensington and Chelsea are 1,500% more than Blaenau Gwent in Wales emphasising the divide across the country.

03 Jun 2015

UK house price growth up and set to surge, says Land Registry

Property prices have continued to grow since the election with annual growth at 5.1% and set for a surge for the rest of the year.

19 May 2015

First time buyers in London need £77,000 salary to buy a home

The average first time buyer now needs a salary of £77,000to buy a home, says KPMG, as house prices continue to rise.

20 Apr 2015

Average property asking price reaches £286,000 in April, a new record high

Data from Rightmore reveals property prices have reached a new high due to a lack of sellers and more people looking to buy.

31 Mar 2015

Mortgage approvals increase as house price growth continues to slow

Mortgages taken out by home buyers increase says Bank of England although house prices slowed for the seventh month in a row.

14 Mar 2015

UK property market is slowing ahead of the election as house prices fall

UK house prices have reduced by 0.3% in the last month while surveyors have reported a fall in the housing stock coming to the market.

30 Jan 2015

House price growth slows as homebuyers are uncertain about the future

Data from the Nationwide and Land Registry shows house prices grow is the lowest since 2013 and reduced in January.

15 Jan 2015

First time buyers pay more for a home as house prices rise, says ONS

Data released from the ONS shows the cost of buying a home for first time buyers has increased by 11% over the year.

31 Dec 2014

London borough of Greenwich is the UK top house price performer

The latest report from the Halifax shows the Greenwich as the top house price performer rising 24.6% this year.

18 Dec 2014

House prices rise ahead of inflation although the market is cooling

Data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) shows house prices outstripping inflation even though the market is off the recent peak.

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