UK property prices up for sixth month in a row, latest index shows

Discussion in 'UK Property' started by Nicholas Wallwork, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. Nicholas Wallwork

    Nicholas Wallwork Editor-in-Chief Staff Member Premium Member

    [​IMG]Annual house price inflation in the UK is positive for the first time*since March 2008 after the latest monthly index shows values up for the*sixth month in a row, although the pace of growth is slowing.

    There are also concerns that prices could dip due to the UK still being*in a recession and the stamp duty holiday on properties valued at £175,000*or less due to finish at the end of the year.

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  2. andrewsmith

    andrewsmith New Member

    Still, prices of properties are high in UK. Because I wanted to buy property for my son there!
  3. Jimferguson42

    Jimferguson42 New Member

    prices too high to jump in right now

    I think the prices are still to high to jump in, especially when the banks not extending credit to most people. I would however buy into a property if the owner is selling at least 10% below market value.
  4. romaniapromo

    romaniapromo New Member

    The most recent survey to be launched - it has also become the most authoritative.

    The Land Registry, which records all completed property sales in England & Wales, is now publishing a monthly report on house prices, in addition to its quarterly survey.
  5. Roz

    Roz New Member

    Totally agree, better to be safe than sorry.


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  6. Roz

    Roz New Member

    Isn't it great property prize is on the up 6 months in a row?


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  7. nyebe

    nyebe New Member

    I hope the real estate in UK will offer a cheap price and low interest rate for buyers.

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