City level house price growth at 6.9% yr on yr says Hometrack

The Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index report January 2017 released today. They state: City level house price growth 6.9% year on year down on 7.9% recorded in January 2016. London has dropped to eighth in city rankings, registering the lowest rate of growth at 6.4% and is running at its lowest level for 4…

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Hometrack report house price to earnings ratio breaks 14x.

Hometrack today released UK Cities House Price Index October 2016 headlined ‘London breaks 14x house price to earnings ratio’ In the report they state: City level house price growth holding steady at 8.4%. An 86% uplift in house prices since 2009 has pushed the price to earnings ratio in London over 14x, more than double…

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91 days to sell a property

Recent report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) and Post Office Money Mortgages reveals that the average UK property takes 91 days to sell. The report, which examines the average time a property takes to sell in 20 major cities across the UK, found that sellers in Bristol and Edinburgh had the…

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Stronger buyer demand for properties in France

Following a long period of stagnation in house purchase activity across France there now appears to be a pick up in demand. The French economy has performed rather poorly over the last five years, many in France blame the Socialist Government along with President Hollande who is rated as one of the most unpopular Presidents…

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UK Cities (HPI) May 2016

The latest Hometrack UK Cities House Price  Index (HPI) released yesterday 28th June  reveals that Bristol has become the first city outside of the South East to see house prices rise at a faster rate than London for more than six years (January 2010). Latest Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index saw annual prices rise…

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