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House prices up around 9 percent reports Halifax but Londons sellers market is losing its steam - while the rest of the UK picks up

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Average house price up £16,000 in a year. Property price gains appear to be slowing, says Halifax. Prices up 3% in three months, down on 3.5% figure seen a month ago. House prices inch up by £197 in August

House prices what do the different indices show

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

House prices rise and fall – often in the same month – depending on which property index you read. Here we explain why this happens and how each one is compiled

First-time buyer prices moving further out of reach

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

More evidence has emerged of the difficulties facing people attempting to get their feet on the housing ladder. In the year to January 2014, the average first-time buyer purchase price rose 16% to a record high of £155,832.

First-time buyer mortgage rates fall

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Life is getting (slightly) easier for first-time buyers, with high loan-to-value mortgage deals now below 4%. There are some glimmers of hope for those looking to buy their first home, with Nationwide revealing it has doubled its lending to first-time buyers, and figures showing an increase in the number of mortgage deals for those who can only manage a small deposit...

We need to build houses on a third more land says planning minister

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

A house with a garden is a moral right, argues Nick Boles, though modern homes are pig ugly. A third more of the country needs to be developed and a halt has to be made to the construction of pig ugly modern housing, the planning minister...

Mortgage approvals at highest level since February 2008

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

The total of 67,701 mortgage approvals in October is still well below of 90,000 monthly average of 2004-2007 housing boom

Housing market surveyors most upbeat in 14 years

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Surveyors expectations that house prices will increase into the new year surged to their highest levels in more than 14 years in November.

Average UK house price rose in 2013 after December surge

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Manchester registers fastest increase in Britain, with prices up by an average 21%, but rate of growth lags in Scotland

Fix your mortgage now and dont be lulled by base rate promises

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Despite Mark Carney\\\'s latest interest rate statement, the best mortgage deals are fast disappearing

Manchester leads the UK house prices charge

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Nationwide figures show that the city outperformed every other area of the country in 2013. Manchester has beaten London to be named the UK city with the strongest house price growth in 2013, with property values up 21% over the year, according to Nationwide building society.

Rightmove reports November drop in property asking prices

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Rightmoves latest figures show average asking price for a property dropped by £6,181 over the month to £246,237

Interest rate rise with no wage increase will push heavily-indebted to edge

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Bank of England warns of homeowners hit hard by rate rise, as housing market picks up with 30% rise in mortgage approvals

Scotland enjoys impressive house price growth

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

With a referendum on independence only six months away, Scotland\\\'s political and economic future might be shrouded in uncertainty but its property market appears to be going from strength to strength.

Buoyant housing market puts Help to Buy in the spotlight

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Halifax reported that prices rose by 2.4% in February, sparking calls for the government to cancel its Help to Buy scheme

Record levels of young adults living at home says ONS

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Stricter mortgage criteria and rising rents, coupled with higher unemployment, means more young adults are staying in the family home, official figures show

Mortgage lending hits five-year high says CML

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Council of Mortgage Lenders says housing activity will continue to strengthen in the short term as Help to Buy kicks in

Oxford the least affordable city to live in as houses sell for 11 times local salaries

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

University city tops Lloyds bank list of least affordable places to buy property in the UK when compared to local wages

New evidence shows confidence is returning to housing market

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Majority across Britain expect prices to increase as housing analyst Hometrack dismisses fears of bubble effect

UK living conditions becoming more cramped research finds

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Study by Ikea finds one in five Britons squeezed into 30m2 of space, compared with average size of 85m2

Average UK house price rose almost one percent

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Average UK house price rose 0.9% to £250,000 in December, the rise trebled stamp duty for a typical home purchase to £7,500 – bad news for would-be buyers trying to raise a deposit

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