Monday, Nov 30, 2009

UK House Prices Rise 0.2% in November – Hometrack

E1 News: UK House Prices Rise 0.2% in November – Hometrack

Hometrack – leading British housing intelligence business – has just published its house price report for November, which suggests that the value of property in England and Wales saw further increases in November, marking the 4th consecutive month of house price rises in the UK.
Hometrack’s report revealed that in November 2009 an average house in Wales and England saw a 0.2% increase in value, and thus, was priced at £156,700.

Posted by uch1405 @ 10:52 AM (718 views)
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1. Jonh said...

Hometracks November report relates to house prices in October.

Monday, November 30, 2009 05:56PM Report Comment
 

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