Seven cities are registering house price growth of less than +1% per annum — the first time we've seen this since June 2013.
Analysis from Hometrack reveals that rental costs in London have soared, whilst remaining flat elsewhere.
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%.
Comparison of time to sell and discounts to asking price reveals the relative strength of city housing markets.
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Ten cities have recorded double digit house price growth since the Brexit vote in 2016.
Uk city house price growth has been forecasted as 2% in 2019 with above average growth in regional cities.
Richard Donnell discusses property market trends in November 2018, in relation to the topic of the moment, Brexit.
Six cities are registering annual growth of more than 6%, while in London the average prices are falling by -0.4%.
UK city level house price growth at 3.4% in September 2018.
UK city level house price growth at 3.9% in August 2018.
Richard Donnell discusses property market trends in August 2018, including the impact of the 2008 financial crisis over the last decade.
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