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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) says the UK's housing market confidence is picking up following the vote to leave the EU with both property sales and prices expected to increase in the months ahead.
It says in Wales, a net balance of 13% of surveyors reported prices rising rather than falling.
There are clear signs that the housing market is settling down after the initial surprise of the outcome to the EU referendum. Buyer enquiries did dip again in August but only modestly, and more significantly, sales expectations are beginning to edge upwards once again
House prices in Wales have seen their biggest monthly fall for 5 years.
But according to an Acadata survey Torfaen has seen an annual rise of almost 10 percent. The average house price is around 1 hundred and 68 thousand pounds. It also says Merthyr Tydfil has an annual fall of 5.6%, after last months drop of 5.3%.
Monmouthshire leads the table on prices with an average of £242,128. In Gwynedd it's £162,028.
The lowest average price in in Blaenau Gwent at £92,932
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Welsh house prices are expected to rise over the next three months despite a cooling off in demand after the introduction of stamp duty changes.
That's according to the latest survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Its longer term outlook suggests that prices will still be expected to rise by more than 4 per cent each year for the next five years.
Property website Rightmove says house prices in Wales have risen 1.4% month-on-month to £174,046.
It says across Wales and England the typical price of a property coming to market increased from £299,287 in February to £303,190 in March.
That's the first time it's passed the £300,000 mark.
House prices have risen across Wales for the fifth consecutive month, according to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
In October, over a quarter more chartered surveyors saw house prices rise rather than fall across Wales, up from a balance of 15% in September.
It is hard to get away from the issue of supply when it comes to the current state of the housing market in Wales and across the UK. The legacy of the drop in new build following the onset of the global financial crisis is now really hitting home with both the sales and letting markets continuing to show demand outstripping supply on a month by month basis.
House sellers' asking prices edged up slightly in Wales in August, a time traditionally when buyers were able to snap up a property at a bargain price over the summer holidays.
They rose by 0.2% according to property website Rightmove. It means the average price is £177,709.
Across the Wales and England a 0.8% or £2,258 month-on-month price fall took the average asking price to £292,284.
The underlying shortage of property coming to market compared to buyer demand has helped to deliver the strongest August price performance since before the credit crunch.
Buyers can normally pick up some bargains in August as sellers who are marketing their homes when they should be holidaying often have a pressing need to sell and mark their prices down pretty aggressively.
The number of new properties coming onto the market in Wales increased in March, but the supply boost failed to excite buyers, as potential new buyers declined according to the latest Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) UK Residential Market Survey.
House prices stagnated with just 4% more surveyors in Wales reporting an increase – bucking the trend across much of the rest of the UK where 21% more surveyors reporting a rise in house prices in March (up from 15% in February).