Thursday, October 28, 2010
One for the Smugdogs, Greenbays, Wilsons, Kirstys etc.
Annual house price growth in September stood at 5.2 per cent, which is the smallest rise seen since December 2009, according to the Land Registry. However, this is also the eleventh month in a row in which the annual figure has remained above zero. The monthly change of -0.2 per cent is the first negative figure seen for six months, bringing the average house price in England and Wales to Â£166,769. The number of recorded property transactions has increased over the last 12 months, from an average of 50,865 sales per month in April to July 2009, to an average of 57,152 in the same months this year.