The latest snapshot of the property market came as a surprise after a conflicting report from Nationwide, which suggested house price growth was 0.5% in December – the slowest annual rate since.
UK house prices were up by just 0.6% in the year to February with an average of £226,000, a much more subdued picture than the 1.7% increase seen in the year to January. It marked the lowest annual.
ONS – UK house prices rise at slowest rate since 2013. Data from the Office for National Statistics show that UK property prices grew 1.2 per cent from June to July, giving a nationwide average house price of 231,422.
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Year-on-year house price growth was just 0.5 per cent in December, down from 1.9 per cent the month before and the weakest pace of growth since February 2013. just won’t allow confidence to rise to.
UK house prices rise at slowest rate since 2013: ONS By Gary Adams 19 th September 2018 10:19 am Data from the Office for National Statistics show that UK property prices grew 1.2 per cent from June to July, giving a nationwide average house price of 231,422.
Meanwhile, permanent salaries continued to rise strongly, albeit at the slowest pace since August. At 63.2 in November, the Bank of Scotland Labour Market Barometer – a composite indicator designed to provide a single figure snapshot of labour market conditions – rose to its second-highest level since data collection began in January 2003.
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House prices rise at slowest rate since March 2013: Halifax Latest figures from Halifax reveal that, annually, house prices increased at their slowest rate since March 2013 – 1.5 per cent in October, compared to the 2.5 per cent annual rise recorded last month.
The Halifax monthly house price index showed that property prices rose at an annual rate of 3.8 per cent in March, down from February’s 5.1 per cent growth and the lowest rate since May 2013.