Zoopla House Price Index Report July 2020

House Price Index Report

The Zoopla UK House Price Index Report is our monthly analysis of UK property market data, and annual price growth statistics from 20 UK cities. 

This month’s report features exclusive insight on the post-lockdown change in the type of homes buyers are looking for. It also includes analysis of levels of sales agreed on Zoopla compared to the five-year average, as well a the latest on UK house price growth rates year-on-year, at a regional and city level.

What the report means for agents

Buyers don’t appear to have been put off by the recession announcement. The time taken to agree a sale is trending downwards, particularly among four and five-bedroom houses, as buyers snap up properties with more space.


UK city house price growth 2.5 % 2019 UK city house price
London house price growth 2.1 % The annual rate of price inflation

Regional trends in house price growth

At a city level, growth rates are holding steady. Average prices are rising at over 4% annually in Nottingham and Manchester, and 16 of the 20 cities we track are recording growth of 2% or more. 

There is no sign of any immediate decline in price growth, despite the emergence of the recession. 

Government support for the economy has been vital in supporting business and consumer confidence.

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Zoopla House Price Index Report July 2020

House Price Index Report

The Zoopla UK House Price Index Report is our monthly analysis of UK property market data, and annual price growth statistics from 20 UK cities. 

This month’s report features exclusive insight on the post-lockdown change in the type of homes buyers are looking for. It also includes analysis of levels of sales agreed on Zoopla compared to the five-year average, as well a the latest on UK house price growth rates year-on-year, at a regional and city level.

What the report means for agents

Buyers don’t appear to have been put off by the recession announcement. The time taken to agree a sale is trending downwards, particularly among four and five-bedroom houses, as buyers snap up properties with more space.

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