Mon 16 Apr 2018 View all news articles
LONDON (Alliance News) - The average asking price of a house in the UK was up 0.4% on month in April, property tracking website Rightmove said on Monday - coming in at a record 305,732 pounds.
That follows the 1.5% spike in March, and it beats the old mark of 304,943 set in July 2017.
By region, prices in the North West jumped 4.3%, followed by East Midlands (4.2%), Yorkshire (2.7%), South West (2.6%) and Wales (2.4%).
On a yearly basis, house prices gained 1.6% after climbing 2.1% in the previous month.
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Source: London South East
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