Mike Smuts March 28, 2018 Uncategorized no responses

The latest data and analysis from Halifax (one of the UK’s largest mortgage lenders) has revealed that UK house prices in the last three months to March were 2.7% higher than in the same three months a year earlier, edging up from the 1.8% annual growth recorded in February. According to the lender’s figures, the average price in March was £227,871.

House prices in the latest quarter (January-March) were -0.1% lower than in the preceding three months (October-December), the second consecutive decline on this measure. On a monthly basis, prices grew by 1.5% in March, this follows a 0.5% rise in February; monthly changes can of course be volatile