UK residential real estate prices held fairly steady in November from October, a report from high street lender Nationwide showed Thursday. A lack of property for sale continues to underpin prices as demand remains robust. read »3 weeks ago
The UK's residential real estate market will likely benefit from Chancellor Hammond's stamp duty announcement for first time buyers. But, some critics say the move will only work to push house prices higher and that the real problem is a lack of existing property. read »3 weeks ago
The UK residential real estate market is showing signs of recovery as the latest data fro the Land Registry shows house prices rose 0.4% on the month and by 5.4% on the year in September. And additional analysis by LCP and Acadata uncovered a 0.9% quarterly and .9% annual increase in the third quarter. read »5 weeks ago
UK house price growth accelerated for a third straight month in October, underpinned by a lack of property for ale as mortgage rates remain low and employment is high, the latest Halifax house price survey showed. read »last month
UK house price growth edged higher in October as a healthy economic backdrop and lack of property supported house price growth. the 2.5% annual increase is also supportive of a BOE rate hike announcement Thursday. read »last month
London property price inflation continues to fall back while other UK regions perform more strongly, two separate surveys showed Monday. UK real-estate share prices, meanwhile, were all trading lower, mid-morning. read »October 2017
London house prices fell on the quarter in Q3 for the first time in 8 years. East midlands was the best regional performer, while online estate agency Purplebricks reported an upbeat trading update on its US launch and revenue goals. read »September 2017
Contributed story One of the great barometers of the economic climate is the housing market, and perhaps more importantly, the lending that accompanies that. With lending to home buyers appearing to be on the increase, how bright does the future look? read »May 2017
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