RESIDENTIAL
01 / March / 2018

Cushman & Wakefield Residential Market Commentary - February 2018

Nationally, prices continue to show signs of slight cooling, with annual rates of house price inflation for England in January 2018 coming in at 4.6%, compared with 5.1% for January 2017.  Higher value areas have experienced the greatest level of cooling with 75% of areas with an average sold price of over £600k experiencing falling prices.

Sales transactions continue to fall across the country, with month-on-month falls of up to 13% in some Southern regions.  The smallest falls were in the North where both the North East and West regions recorded falls of 4% from the total number of sales in November 2017.

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By Lee Layton Tags: House prices, BTR, HTB, PRS, PCL, Rents, Category: Research
Tags: BTR , HTB , PRS , PCL , Rents ,
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