Monday, Aug 28, 2006

House price growth slowing in most UK regions

Firstrung: House prices grow by 0.4% in August as affordability constraints begin to impact - Hometrack

The survey, which tracks residential values across the whole market rather than just areas where transactions are taking place, found that price rises were limited to 30% of the country over August, compared to price rises across 42% of the market in June 2006. This explains the slowdown in the rate of growth over the month compared to June and July.

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