Rural house prices have slightly outperformed those in urban areas since 2007, according to research from the Halifax.
Adding an extension or a loft conversion to your home could increase its value by almost a quarter, according to research by Nationwide.
UK house prices rose by 1.3% in August, the largest monthly increase since January 2010, reversing the declines recorded in the previous two months, according to the Nationwide House Price Index.
The number of properties for sale across the UK that have been reduced in price at least once by their owners to try to secure a sale is at a nine-month high, according to property website Zoopla.co.uk.
Homebuyers must pay nearly £90,000 extra to reside in some of the nation's most iconic beauty spots, according to research from Lloyds TSB.
UK house prices declined for the fourth time in five months in July, with prices falling by 0.7%, according to the Nationwide House Price Index.
With just a few days to go before the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games, research from Lloyds TSB reveals that homeowners living close to the main site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games have seen the value of their home rise by nearly £70,000 since London's winning bid was announced in July 2005.
Homeowners in some of the most picturesque locations in England have seen the value of their property rise by more than £900 a month, on average, over the past ten years, according to new research by Lloyds TSB.
The Knight Frank Global House Price Index recorded its weakest annual performance since the depths of the recession in 2009, recording only 0.9% growth in the year to March 2012.
As we approach the Diamond Jubilee and sixty years since Queen Elizabeth II took to the throne, HSBC examines 60 years in the property market under the monarch.
The price of a typical UK home fell by 0.2% in April, following a 1.0% decline in March, according to the Nationwide House Price Index. This is the fourth time in five months that prices have declined. House prices were 0.9% lower than April 2011.
The price of a typical UK home fell by 1% in March, pushing the year on year rate of house price growth into negative territory for the first time in six months, according to the Nationwide House Price Index.
With more than half of UK householders planning DIY projects over the forthcoming Bank Holidays, a new survey by HSBC has revealed that the potential increase in property value as a result of home improvements has dipped in the past year.
With 26 towns applying for city status as part of this year's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Halifax has looked back at how house prices in cities have performed over the past 25 years.
The price of a typical UK home edged up by 0.6% in February, taking the year on year rate of house price growth up to 0.9% from 0.6% in January, according to the latest Nationwide House Price Index.
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