The UK residential housing market could see price growth of 10% this year to a chronic lack of supply, according to a prediction from buy to let investment specialists Assetz.Read full article: [UK buy to let firm predicts property price rises of 10% in 2014]
There is unlikely to be a property bubble in the UK’s housing market in 2014 despite prices set to rise by up to 8.2%, according to a new analysis. But some experts believe there is already a bubble in London.Read full article: [Property prices in UK could rise by up to 8.2% in 2014]
Sentiment towards the housing market in the UK continues to improve, with the proportion of people thinking that it will be a good time to sell in the next 12 months exceeding those who think it will be a bad time.Read full article: [More people in UK think 2014 will be a good time to sell their home]
Average house prices in England and Wales increased by 4.4% in 2013 and market growth is set to continue this year but it will be strongest in the south east of the country, according to the latest analysis.
The average price of a property in England and Wales increased by 3.2% on an annual basis in November, according to the latest Land Registry's House Price Index published today (Tuesday 30 December).Read full article: [UK property prices up again in November to take annual rise to 3.2%, official data shows]
Prime country house prices in the UK have increased by 3.1% this year and are forecast to increase by 3.5% in 2014, according to the latest analysis report from property firm Knight Frank.Read full article: [UK prime country property price see highest quarterly rise for three years]
The buyer of an average two bedroom home in England and Wales would need a £32,400 or 24% deposit to make the monthly costs of owning lower than renting despite the lowest interest rates on record, according to new research.Read full article: [Buying an average two bed house is cheaper than renting, new research finds]
The most expensive residential streets in England and Wales remain in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, according to latest research from Lloyds Bank.Read full article: [Most expensive streets in England and Wales revealed]
Prime property prices in Scotland increased by 0.3% in the fourth quarter of 2013, the second consecutive quarter of price growth, the latest index shows.
House prices in the UK are set to continue to rise during 2014 with the Halifax Building Society predicting growth of up to 8%, broadly similar pace to 2013.Read full article: [UK house prices could rise by up to 8% in 2014 but no bubble expected]
In 2013 the London property market has broken all the records, with the latest government figures showing 12% annual house price rises in the capital, equating to a growth of £49,079 and more is predicted for 2014.Read full article: [After 12% price growth in 2013, prices in London could rise another 5% in 2014]
The farms and land market in the south west of the UK has seen the return of the lifestyle buyer in 2013 with a number of rural properties seeing increasing interest, according to the latest sector report from Chesterton Humberts.Read full article: [Lifestyle purchasers return to the farm property sector in south west of England]
House prices in the UK will see an increase of 8% over the course of next year while the cost of renting a home should rise by a further 2%, according to the annual housing market forecast from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).Read full article: [UK house prices set to see 8% growth in 2014 says RICS forecast]
Scottish house prices have increased by £1,368 since October 2012, an annual change of 1%, with Aberdeen setting a new record high, according to the latest index.Read full article: [Scottish residential property market showing signs of recovery with annual growth of 1%]
In the 12 months to October 2013 UK residential property prices increased by 5.5%, the highest yearly house price increase since September 2010, according to the latest data from the Office of National Statistics.Read full article: [UK property prices reach highest yearly growth since September 2010]
Research by the House Buyer Bureau shows that most people turning to the quick house sale market are relocating or wanting to buy their dream home, contradicting misconceptions about the industry.
The number of British property millionaires increased by a third in 2013 with 61% of them being found in London, according to new research.Read full article: [Number of British property millionaires up by 31%]