The cost of moving house in the UK has risen at a faster rate than house prices over the past decade, according to new research by Lloyds TSB.
The state of the property market has been, quite literally, talked to death over the last few years. Everyone has an opinion, and pessimists are always quick to paint the gloomiest of pictures.
Woking in Surrey recorded the biggest rise in house prices among major UK towns and cities over the past year, according to new research by Halifax.
Around the corner from Kensington Palace, Campden Hill Square in the heart of fashionable Holland Park is Britain's most expensive residential street with an average price of £4,863,000, according to latest research from Lloyds TSB.
Homeowners in the most popular locations to move to in England and Wales have seen the value of their property double over a decade, according to new research by Halifax.
Data released by the UK Land Registry for October paints a mixed picture of house prices in the UK, according to expatriate mortgage specialists, Offshoreonline.org. Average prices across the UK fell by 0.9%, one of their worst performances since early 2009.
House prices in 2011 Quarter 3 (July to September) were 0.1% higher than in the previous quarter, according to the latest Halifax House Price Index. This was the first quarterly rise since 2010 Quarter 1 (0.6%).
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Over the past decade, average house prices in the 'new' university towns (those established since 1960) have increased by 70%, from £91,612 to £155,953, according to research by Lloyds TSB.
Homeowners living close to the stadiums of the Premier League football clubs kicking-off the new season this weekend have seen the value of their property rise by more than £220,000 on average over the past decade, according to new research by Halifax.
Homebuyers must part with almost £100,000 more to live in some of the most idyllic locations across England and Wales, according to new research by Halifax.
House prices increased by 0.2% in July, according to the Nationwide House Price Index.
Whilst a close relationship exists between the levels of savings balances and house prices, there are exceptions, according to research from Halifax.
Homeowners living close to the main site for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games have seen the value of their property rise by nearly £60,000 on average since London was awarded the Games in July 2005, according to a study by Lloyds TSB.
Prices for prime country houses fell by 0.7% in Q2 2011, according to the Knight Frank Prime Country House Index.
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