Saturday, December 20, 2014

Subdued

UK property boom fades as pace of house price growth fizzles out

No sign of a crash but a welcome break from the usual price pumping: Property markets in Edinburgh and Glasgow experienced a post-referendum bounce, according to new research, as the ending of uncertainty over Scottish independence helped the two cities record the fastest price rises in the UK over the past three months. But in other parts of the UK there were further signs that the boom of the first half of the year had fizzled out, the data from property firm Hometrack showed. Prices in former hotspots Aberdeen and Cambridge fell over the three months and in London they rose only 0.5%."

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