New research from a major mortgage lender reveals the cheapest and most expensive places to buy homes in the UK.
The data also highlights the towns with the largest and smallest price increases over the past 10 years.
The research looks at homes on a price per square metre basis – comparing prices by living space. Continue reading Find the Cheapest and Most Expensive UK Homes
"London could see a 140% rise is house prices"
Property investors are ready to see prices at least double in some London hotspots, according to estate agents Knight Frank.
Some neighbourhoods may see prices shoot up by up to 140 per cent by the end of 2016, says the study.
The findings reveal different price drivers for neighbourhoods across the capital – but two main factors that are due to influence prices are the Crossrail project and redevelopment of the landmark Battersea Power Station. Continue reading London Property Prices Set for 140% Increase
House prices are stuck in a rut and are unlikely to recover to anywhere near pre-credit crunch prices any time soon – and perhaps not for a decade, according to new research.
Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts prices will still languish 12% below the highs of 2007 in 2015 and reckons the chances of them rising above the previous peak in 2020 is just better than 50:50. Continue reading House prices stuck in a rut for up to 10 years
The topsy-turvy world of UK house price surveys seems to have produced another set of nonsense results as the monthly merry go round of conflicting reports continues to confuse home owners and buyers.
In 24 hours, three surveys that track house price rise and falls have reported three entirely different sets of results on the very same subject.
Continue reading House price surveys confuse the market again