Sunday, September 1, 2013
No comments from Sibly yet, perhaps he is on holiday?
HOUSE prices have Ârocketed nearly Â£500 a month as the summer revival of the market sizzles on. The average home now costs Â£170,514 â€“ an increase of 3.5 per cent from Â£164,729 last August, according to the biggest building society in Britain, Nationwide. Mortgage lending is at its highest for more than five years, Bank of England figures reveal. Property experts believe this â€œrising tideâ€ of lending is lifting and strengthening the market. They say the absence of the traditional seasonal lull is down to Government initiatives to improve mortgage lending and help would-be buyers.