Saturday, August 11, 2007

Hpi slowed from 1% to 0.3% per month since Jan

House prices up 0.3% in July - the latest FT House Price Index

Even setting aside the spectacular 38.1% annual growth recorded for the City of London, where the number of residential homes is limited, the analysis still demonstrates that the headline figures for Greater London mask an acute contrast at the local level. Four boroughs of quite different character show increases of 20% or more on an annual basis whilst, at the other end of the spectrum, there are five boroughs with increases of 8.2% or less, i.e. well below the national average.

Posted by converted lurker @ 01:02 PM (402 views)
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