U.K. house prices rose to the highest in almost three years in April as low mortgage repayments helped support demand, Halifax said.
U.K. house prices rose in March, according to Halifax, which said values may continue on a “modest” upward trend this year.
U.K. house prices slipped in January, according to Halifax, which said the outlook for the property market remains unclear.
U.K. house prices rose in February, according to Halifax, which said the market is improving and values may continue to increase this year.
U.K. house prices unexpectedly rose in January as fewer homeowners put their properties up for sale, squeezing supply, according to a report from Halifax.
Britons’ confidence in the housing market fell in June compared with three months earlier as the outlook for the economy worsened, according to Halifax.
U.K. house prices increased in October for the first time in three months, according to Halifax, continuing what it said is a “highly mixed” picture of the property market.
U.K. house prices rose 0.1 percent in May, failing to bounce back from the biggest drop in seven months in April, according to Halifax.
U.K. house prices climbed in October, erasing almost half of the record drop posted the previous month as the government readies the biggest spending cuts since World War II.
U.K. house prices rose for a second month in December and will probably remain little changed in 2013 as the uncertain economic outlook constrains property demand, according to Halifax.
"House prices continue to pick up gradually."
- Martin Ellis on May 08, 2013