Monday, January 28, 2008

Hometrack: -0.3% in Jan

UK house prices up 2.3% year on year

Housing market research company Hometrack said house prices in January rose 2.3 percent on a year ago, down from 3 percent in December and the weakest rate since June 2006. On the month, prices fell 0.3 percent, the fourth consecutive monthly fall. The average time to sell a home rose to 8.5 weeks - the highest since the survey began in 2001.

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2 thoughts on “Hometrack: -0.3% in Jan

  • I want to see a lot more of this….

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  • That year-on-year number is getting ever smaller. Love the headline though and is funny how the month-on-month figures are moving further and further down the page in these reports. What will they do when the YOY figures go negative?

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