Price of property coming to market almost reached a national record in June

The price of newly marketed property in Britain increased by an average of 0.3% or £1,058 this month to £309,348 but this was unchanged compared with June 2018, the latest index shows. However, there were new all-time price highs in the East Midlands, the North West, Wales and Yorkshire and the Humber, pushing the national average to within £91 of a new record despite the current backdrop of political uncertainty. The index report from property portal Rightmove says that market buoyancy in these regions also reflected in better performance for both new sellers coming to market and sales agreed compared to the national average annual change for the year so far.

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