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The rate of house price inflation continues to lose momentum at +1.8% as southern grow slows and income to buy falls across four cities.
UK city house price inflation is registering +1.7%. Glasgow leads on house price growth at +5.1%, the lowest growth rate since 2012.
17 cities record house price growth. With above average price inflation in regional cities, and sales volumes up to 19% higher than 2015.
All cities record price rises for the first time since 2015. Average house prices across the 20-cities index report are registering an annual HPI of +2.8%.