London house prices slowed to their lowest rate last month, making July the weakest growth in the capital's property market in 18 months, experts said.
Momentum slowed to just 0.1% month-on-month, property analysts Hometrack found.
The rise in house prices "slowed dramatically" with just 12% of London postcodes registering price gains in July and a further 11% reporting a drop.
Hometrack said this marked the first time in four years that London has had a smaller proportion of markets registering price gains than regions across England and Wales.
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