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Further Declines in UK House Price Growth

by 2. February 2015 11:30
Just last week, a RICS survey showed that there has been a decline in both house price growth, and the purchasing of properties too (click here to read more). Now, Nationwide, who are the country’s second largest provider of mortgages has said that their research also suggests that there is declining growth in the prices of property in the country. Inflation has fallen from 7.2 percent to 6.8 over the last couple of months, with monthly prices rising by 0.3 percent in January this year. This puts the average price of a house in the country at around £188,500, which means that prices have in fact stagnated, as the figure at this time last year was almost exactly the same. In addition to this stagnation, there are reports that g... [More]


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