House Price Changes

Published: 3 July 2019

'Which?' reports “The UK House Price Index show some regions are feeling the effect of Brexit much more keenly than others. 'Which?' analysed house prices between March 2018 and March this year using data from the Land Registry’s UK House Price index.

Find out where prices are rising and falling, and where homeowners are being hardest hit. Overall, the average house price across the UK rose by 1.4% between March 2018 and March this year, from £223,612 to £226,798. House price growth was strongest in Yorkshire and the Humber, where prices shot up by 3.6% in March, an increase from £156,466 to £162,129. Northern Ireland experienced a 3.5% increase, with the average price hitting £134,811, while Scotland saw a rise of 3.3% to £149,461.”


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