London sees the lowest annual price rise.

Written by Allen Walkey on - Breaking News -

UK House Price Index for October 2017 from HM Land Registry published today.

 

The UK House Price Index (UK HPI) shows house price changes for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

October 2017 data reveals: An annual price rise of 4.5%, which takes the average property value in the UK to £223,807. House prices have fallen by 0.5% since September 2017.

Data for England reveals:  An annual price rise of 4.7% which takes the average property value to £240,860.

London sees the lowest annual price rise in October 2017, up by 2.1%.

Read the UK House Price Index for October 2017 from HM Land Registry published today in full click here.

Author: Allen Walkey

Highly experienced businessman with a successful career in property sales and investment both in the UK and abroad. Now a freelance writer and blogger for the property and Investment Industry, keeping readers up-to-date with changes and events in a rapidly changing world.

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