Weak pound has ripple effect on house prices

The average price in Salford is now 138,619. Zoopla, which has an online tool measuring house price values whether the property is on the market or not, says the average british home increased in value by 90 a day over the first half of 2014. Average property values now stand at 260,488, up 6.5% (16,265) compared with January.

In Britain, house prices exhibit a distinct spatial pattern over time, rising first in a cyclical upswing in the south-east and, then, spreading out over the rest of the country. This is known as the ripple effect. Although previous studies have shown that, statistically, the ripple effect is a valid representation of the data, providing convincing economic explanations is less straightforward.

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If there is a depreciation in the value of the Pound, it will make UK exports cheaper, and it will make imports into the UK more expensive. In this example: At the start of 2007, the exchange rate was 1 = 1.50. By Jan, 2009, the Pound had fallen in value so 1 was now only worth 1.10 (a depreciation of 26%)

In the past, prices have started dropping in London and then the rest of the country has followed. On the PCL thread the peak for London is identified as 2016 with prices down 20% so far and still dropping. That matches my observation. However nowhere except SE seems to be following much so far..

Weak pound has ripple effect on house prices ABSTRACT An alternative perspective is provided on the existence of a ripple effect in the UK housing market.

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