01 / October / 2017

Cushman & Wakefield Residential Market Commentary - October 2017

The English housing market continues to cool as we head towards that end of the year.  In terms of annual rates of house price inflation, the spread between fastest and slowest growing markets of just 4.8 percentage points highlights a huge leveling-out of demand levels across England (see figure 3).  

Just three years ago, this spread was a huge 17.6 percentage points, with annual rates of house price inflation running at 18.6% in London and 0.9% in the North East.  This was also the last time London held top spot in the house price inflation league table, highlighting how rapidly heat has been lost from London markets.  

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By Lee Layton Tags: Residential, PRS, BTL, BTR, PCL, New Homes Category: Research
Tags: PRS , BTL , BTR , PCL , New Homes
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