Get the latest update on the UK house price index based on the Land Registry’s July 2013 data.
A summary of and commentary on the latest house price index figures from the Land Registry and Nationwide.
The latest figures show that increasing mortgage availability is pushing up house prices and having a short-term downward effect on rental yields.
Commercial Trust provides a run-down of the latest house price data from the Land Registry.
The Land Registry’s house price index for March 2013 shows that the market in the South, and in London in particular, are driving up national prices despite large falls in many other areas.
The latest house price index was released on 28 March, and whilst most figures are in line with expectations, there are some surprising regional results...
The latest house price index was released on 28 February 2013 and shows positive monthly and annual movements in the average UK house price.
The house price index for December 2012 was released by the land registry on 29 January, showing a monthly and annual increase, with positive movement focused in the South East.
November's house price index shows both a monthly and annual increase in the average sale price of UK properties, though the sales volume figures have decreased since this time last year.
House prices in the UK saw their second monthly decline, according to the latest price index report from the Land Registry.
September's house price index has shown the first monthly decrease in average UK house prices for some time, though the annual growth since September 2011 is still positive.
The e-surv house price index for August revealed a continuing divide between prices in the North and South, with high-end London boroughs bringing up the average considerably.
The latest house price index for the UK shows an annual increase in house prices and sales volumes in the UK. Whilst prices are climbing in London, the North continues to see prices drop.
The latest eServ house price index has shown an increase in house prices and sales volumes for England, Scotland and Wales since last year; the growth has been partially attributed to wealthy investors purchasing higher-end properties.
Scottish house prices show a huge increase in the last ten years according Registers of Scotland’s report.