Rightmove’s June House Price Index reported that the price of property coming to market rebounds to all-time high as majority-government surprise leads to biggest ever rise in month of June, up 3.0% (+£8,460) to £294,351 Our infographic provides a breakdown of how prices are performing across each region and property type.
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Rightmove’s March House Price Index reported that the price of property coming to market is up by 1.0% (+£2,748), a more muted rise at this time of year for three years suggesting a pre-election slowdown.
Rightmove’s November House Price Index reported the price of property coming to market is up by 2.6% (+£6,784) this month, though annual rate drops from 7.9% to 7.6% as pace of rises slows.
Rightmove’s October House Price Index reported the price of property coming to market is up by 2.6% (+£6,784) this month, though annual rate drops from 7.9% to 7.6% as pace of rises slows.
The Rightmove.co.uk House Price Index has seen its first fall in asking prices in 2014, which is unsurprising after the varied reports of a slowdown in both London and wider UK. However this has not impacted the year-end annual forecast for growth.
Rightmove’s June House Price Index reported that new seller asking prices are at a virtual standstill, up by just 0.1% (+£272) this month. Their Infographic provides a breakdown of how prices are performing across each region and property type.
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Rightmove’s June House Price Index reported that new seller asking prices are at a virtual standstill, up by just 0.1% (+£272) this month. The Rightmove infographic provides a breakdown of how prices are performing across each region and property type.
Rightmove’s May House Price Index reported the largest ever May rise as new sellers ask nearly £10k more. Their infographic provides a breakdown of how prices are performing across each region and property type.
Rightmove.co.uk May House Price Index released yesterday sees the largest rise in May it has ever reported with a3.6% increase in asking prices by new sellers, a massive increase of £9,409 over the month.
Rightmove’s April House Price Index reported a 7.3% annual rate of increase in asking prices – highest since October 2007 and takes us back to pre-credit-crunch levels.
The rightmove House Price Index is an interesting read, but their Infographic makes in so much easier to visually see how the the market is across the regions and property types. Check out the March Infograpic now.
Rightmove March House Price Index sees asking prices break through the previous highs to set a new record across England and Wales. Key Figures Average asking prices through rightmove.co.uk up 1.6% over the month and 6.8% over the year. Average asking price for England and Wales is now £255,962 Broken the previous all-time high of £253,658 set back in July 2013 by an increase of 0.9% Slowdown seen in London with primer boroughs seeing price falls - yet a new record for the capital set, up 1.5% to £552,530 Rightmove.co.uk see an increase in supply to offset the buyer demand. 3.4% increase in properties advertised against last months figures Miles Shipside, Rightmove director and housing market analyst comments: “Spring is in the air and the country is finally on the move. With prices on the up and set to increase more, there is a greater sense of urgency among buyers, and...
Rightmove.co.uks February HPI (House Price Index) reported that asking prices on average were up by 3.3% even though new seller numbers were up by 18%. Also the average asking price broke the 3% stamp duty boundary. Their Infographic below brekadowns how the prices have performed across the region and by property type.
Rightmove.co.uk has today announced its February 2014 House Price Index. In their announcement they have found that: The average asking price was up by 3.3% over the month from 12th January to 8th February Average property asking prices of property coming to the market is now £251,964 Over the year since Feb 13 HPI this represents an increase of 6.9% The number of new sellers listing properties has jumped by 18% compared to a year ago. The 18% increase in supply is helping to bring more supply to the market, being the highest supply in February for 6 years (see below graph). However this is not offsetting the number of properties that are being taken off the market and having less impact on the overall supply shortage. As a result there was a slight fall in the average stock available per branch, down from 58 properties to 57. Agents are finding...
The Rightmove House Price Index (HPI) for January 2014 shows the "Strongest ever start to the new year": The average asking price was £243,861, up by 1.0% - the largest ever January rise of prices for property coming to market