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ASKING PRICES UP 0.7% AT START OF 2018 BUT MARKET IS SEEN AS PRICE SENSITIVE

Rightmove | January 15, 2018

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Average asking prices in the UK edged up 0.7% or £2,067 in January after a fall of 2.2% in the final month of 2017 and similar to the 0.6% rise recorded in the same month last year, the latest index shows. But the report from property portal Rightmove warns that the residential housing market is still price sensitive with sales agreed numbers in the last quarter of 2017 down 5.5% on the same period a year ago and in all regions....

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UK PROPERTY MARKET SET TO REVIVE NEXT YEAR AFTER BREXIT

Rightmove | November 27, 2018

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While Brexit may have subdued the UK housing market, but it has also created pent-up demand which is set to boost activity next year, it is suggested. Any degree of political or economic uncertainty means that buyers tend to sit on their hands, according to the latest report from land agents Aston Mead. ‘People with important and costly decisions to make tend to pause and reflect, waiting for a time when the outcome is more predictable. The ongoing machinations of the Brexit process for th...

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ASKING PRICES SET TO BE FLAT AT A NATIONAL LEVEL IN THE UK IN 2019

Rightmove | December 10, 2018

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Average asking prices in the UK are unlikely to rise in 2019 as economic and political uncertainty is set to rise and continue to affect the housing market, it is forecast. Overall the housing market is sound and the slowdown will not affect the nation as a whole, according to the outlook from property portal Rightmove which forecasts zero growth. Parts of the more buoyant Northern half of the UK could see asking prices rise by 2% to 4%, but the national average will be brought down by new selle...

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HOUSING AFFORDABILITY IN BRITAIN IMPROVING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 2011

Rightmove | February 18, 2019

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The average asking price for property in Britain increased by 0.7% this month and is consistent with the growth recorded in February last year and the one before, the latest index shows. But year on year asking prices increased by just 0.2% or £714, according to the data from Rightmove. The property portal’s report points out that this means that housing affordability is improving at its fastest rate or eight years with annual wage growth at 3.4% outstripping price growth....

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ASKING PRICES UP 0.7% AT START OF 2018 BUT MARKET IS SEEN AS PRICE SENSITIVE

Rightmove | January 15, 2018

Average asking prices in the UK edged up 0.7% or £2,067 in January after a fall of 2.2% in the final month of 2017 and similar to the 0.6% rise recorded in the same month last year, the latest index shows. But the report from property portal Rightmove warns that the residential housing market is still price sensitive with sales agreed numbers in the last quarter of 2017 down 5.5% on the same period a year ago and in all regions....

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UK PROPERTY MARKET SET TO REVIVE NEXT YEAR AFTER BREXIT

Rightmove | November 27, 2018

While Brexit may have subdued the UK housing market, but it has also created pent-up demand which is set to boost activity next year, it is suggested. Any degree of political or economic uncertainty means that buyers tend to sit on their hands, according to the latest report from land agents Aston Mead. ‘People with important and costly decisions to make tend to pause and reflect, waiting for a time when the outcome is more predictable. The ongoing machinations of the Brexit process for th...

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ASKING PRICES SET TO BE FLAT AT A NATIONAL LEVEL IN THE UK IN 2019

Rightmove | December 10, 2018

Average asking prices in the UK are unlikely to rise in 2019 as economic and political uncertainty is set to rise and continue to affect the housing market, it is forecast. Overall the housing market is sound and the slowdown will not affect the nation as a whole, according to the outlook from property portal Rightmove which forecasts zero growth. Parts of the more buoyant Northern half of the UK could see asking prices rise by 2% to 4%, but the national average will be brought down by new selle...

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HOUSING AFFORDABILITY IN BRITAIN IMPROVING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 2011

Rightmove | February 18, 2019

The average asking price for property in Britain increased by 0.7% this month and is consistent with the growth recorded in February last year and the one before, the latest index shows. But year on year asking prices increased by just 0.2% or £714, according to the data from Rightmove. The property portal’s report points out that this means that housing affordability is improving at its fastest rate or eight years with annual wage growth at 3.4% outstripping price growth....

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