June 2019 House Price Update
UK Housing Price and Market Update for June 2019
Average Price Paid
Price growth remained below 1% for the seventh consecutive month.
Buyer enquiries and consumer confidence remain subdued, however number of mortgages approved has remained, on the whole, stable.
It is thought that trends in the housing market will continue to mirror developments in wider economic conditions over the coming months.
Price decline in London slowed in the last quarter to -0.7%. Prices in the capital remain at only around -5% from all time highs.
The quarter sees an average house price growth of 2.1% across the North of England.
Yorkshire & Humberside reporting best performance of the North of England seeing prices rise 3% in Q2.
Source of UK Property Price Data ‘Annual Change’, ‘Quarterly Change’, ‘Monthly Change’, ‘Average Price’ and ‘Average Mortgage Rates’ - Nationwide House Price Index.
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