house price indices

Rightmove: 'Back-to-school season' sees house prices rebound following summer lull

House prices increased by 0.7% in September, with signs confidence is returning to the London market, according to property website Rightmove.

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Low housing supply keeps prices steady

Much like last month, property prices are continuing to go up – albeit at a fairly slow pace – especially when looking at properties that have been sold and have completed, as is the case with the UK House Price Index for...

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House price growth continues to slow down

The UK House Price Index reports a fairly healthy 5.1% annual house price growth for the year to July. But August and September, which is covered by other indices, saw much lower annual growth of between 1.1% and 2.6%.

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Rental round-up: Bank of Mum and Dad helps pay the rent

The Bank of Mum and Dad is helping their kids in the rental market to the tune of £2.3 billion, according to new research.

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A holiday lull for house prices

The holiday season is in full swing, with the main indices reporting minor growth over the past month or, in the case of Rightmove, a drop in asking prices.

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Shortage of properties for sale helps to keep prices rising

House prices have remained fairly static over the past month, with the main house price indices either reporting modest rises or, in the case of Halifax, a drop of 1% since last month.

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Other Grand Slam locations thrash Wimbledon

Wimbledon may be hot news at the moment, but when it comes to property prices it is not the winning location, according to eMoov.co.uk.

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House price growth slows and London feels the pinch

House prices have been rising at a slower rate over the past year, with the UK House Price Index (UK HPI) for March up by just 4.1%.

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