UK house prices have risen by 91% over the past ten years, according to new research by Halifax.
When you are on the hunt to buy a new house in the UK, it is important that you know the price range of the area where you wish to invest. If you have a lavish budget, South-West London could be the place for you. In an expensive street list, put together by Lloyds TSB, places in South-West London topped the list.
The reversal of price falls, which began in November last year, continued through December, with a rise of 1.3% recorded over the month, according to the Knight Frank Prime Central London Index.
House prices in the three months to December were 0.9% lower than in the preceding three months, according to the Halifax House Price Index. This rate of decline remains significantly lower than the quarterly falls of 5-6% during the second half of 2008.
During 2010 prices in the prime country house market continued to rise, this is mainly due to a shift from UK buyers to international buyers.
Just a short walk from Wimbledon's All England Tennis Club, Parkside in Merton has been named as Britain's most expensive residential street - with an average price of £5,058,000.
The seasonally adjusted price index for a typical UK property rose by 0.4% month-on-month in December, after having posted declines in the previous two months, according to the Nationwide House Price Index.
Conwy recorded the biggest rise in house prices among UK counties over the past year, according to the latest Halifax County House Price Survey.
House prices fell 0.6 per cent in November, according to the Land Registry's House Price Index.
House prices will finish the year two per cent lower than at the end of 2010, says RICS UK Housing Market Forecast. Transactions are likely to remain flat, while repossessions will decline marginally.
A single 'headline' official house price index should be introduced to meet the needs of users, a review by the National Statistician has found.
Activity in the housing market continued to slow during November, with house prices slipping further, according to the latest RICS UK Housing Market survey.
House prices fell 0.1% in November and in the three months to November were 2.1% lower than in the preceding three months, according to the Halifax House Price Index.
The recent trend of modestly falling house prices continued during November, with the price of a typical UK property declining by 0.3% on a seasonally adjusted basis between October and November, according to the Nationwide Building Society.
Taylor Wimpey North Midlands’ Daniel McGowan considers how new build prices can give an accurate value of homes on the market – and how the housebuilder’s competitive pricing policy has ensured the success of its developments of new homes in Staffordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Birmingham and the Black Country in 2010.
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