Asking prices down by 0.3% in England and Wales in last 12 months

Home.co.uk | March 14, 2019

Asking prices down by 0.3% in England and Wales in last 12 months
Asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.3% in the 12 months to March 2019, while in Scotland they increased by 2.1%, the latest property market index shows. Month on month asking prices increased by 0.2% in England and Wales and by 0.4% in Scotland with only the East of England seeing a fall, down by 0.1% and asking prices unchanged in London. The data from the Home.co.uk index also shows that London and the East of England currently have the weakest markets. Asking prices in the East of England were down by 2.6% year on year to £350,180.

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