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House price recovery continued in November

  • UK house prices rose 0.2% month on month in November
  • Annual growth remains weak but strongest since Feb 2023
  • House prices down 2% compared with a year ago

House prices increase in October, but remain lower than a year ago

  • UK house prices rose by 0.9% month on month in October
  • House prices down 3.3% on October last year

House price growth remained weak in September

  • House prices unchanged over the month, but remain down 5.3% year on year (c.£14,500)
  • All regions recorded annual house price falls in Q3
  • South West was the weakest performing region, with prices down 6.3% year on year

August sees further weakness in house prices

  • House prices fell 0.8% month on month in August
  • House prices now 5.3% below August 2022 peak
  • Represents annual fall of c£14,600 on a typical home

Bedrooms, bathrooms and extensions: what adds value to your home in 2023?

  • Home improvements that add floor area, such as an extension or loft conversion, can add up to 25% to a property’s value
  • Extending to accommodate an extra bedroom can add nearly 15% to the value of the house
  • Extra bathroom adds 6% to value of the average home

Annual house price growth edged further into negative territory in July

  • July saw house prices fall 0.2% month on month
  • Annual rate of house price growth remained negative at -3.8%, down from -3.5% in June

House prices relatively stable in June but annual growth remains in negative territory

  • House prices remain broadly flat over the month, but down 3.5% compared with June 22
  • All regions except Northern Ireland recorded annual price falls in Q2
  • East Anglia was the weakest performing region with prices down 4.7% year-on-year

Annual house price growth slips back in May

  • May saw a 0.1% month-on-month fall in house prices
  • Annual rate of house price growth slipped back to -3.4%, from -2.7% in April

House price growth shows signs of stabilisation in April

  • April saw a 0.5% rise in house prices after seven consecutive falls
  • Annual rate of house price growth improves to -2.7% from -3.1% in March

House prices record seventh consecutive monthly decline in March

  • House prices down 3.1% year-on-year in March – the largest annual decline since July 2009
  • All regions saw a slowing in price growth in Q1, with most seeing small year-on-year falls
  • West Midlands was the strongest performing region, while Scotland remained the weakest

Annual house price growth turns negative in February, falling to its weakest level since 2012

  • House prices down 1.1% year-on-year in February - the first annual decline since June 2020 and the weakest since November 2012
  • February sees 0.5% month-on-month fall, with prices 3.7% lower than the August 2022 peak

2023 begins with further slowing in annual house price growth

  • Annual house price growth slowed to 1.1%, from 2.8% in December
  • January sees a further monthly decline, with prices now 3.2% below August’s peak

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