House price growth remains in the doldrums and Britain’s housing market is shifting in favour of buyers, Nationwide’s latest house price index reveals. Month-on-month, the average cost of a home slipped by 0.1 per cent between January and February. This month, average house prices have been just 0.4 per cent higher than they were this […]
Mortgage rates are moving upwards again after a period when they remained pretty much unchanged, despite the August base rate hike from the Bank of England. In a sign that the ongoing price war between lenders is drawing to a close, the average two-year fixed rate mortgage rate has crept up by 0.13 per cent […]
Nottingham has the strongest housing market of all UK’s biggest cities as vendors manage to sell their homes in good time and with narrow discounts, new figures show. But Aberdeen and inner London are the opposite side of the spectrum, as sellers face the longest sale periods and largest discounts to initial asking prices. It […]
The Mayor of London, London Councils and the G15 group of London’s largest housing associations have written an open letter to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government warning of the “catastrophic” effects that a no-deal Brexit could have on affordable housing delivery.
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