House prices in the North West expected to rise by 24% by 2024 according to a new report.Read the full story ›
Liverpool had the strongest annual house price growth in March compared to other cities in the UK.Read the full story ›
Rightmove says asking prices in March have jumped by two point two percent month on month.Read the full story ›
Values are up 8.8% compared with a year earlier, according to new figuresRead the full story ›
Greater Manchester has seen the biggest fall in home ownership in England according to new figures.
Its fallen by 14 and a half percent since 2003.
Across England ownership is at its lowest level for 30 years.
The Nationwide is reporting that house prices have surged by 8.4% over 2013 across the UK. Prices rose by 1.4% month-on-month in December to reach £175,826 on average. Manchester was named by the study as the best-performing area in 2013, with prices there up by 21% to reach £209,627.
The housing market revival continued in August but asking prices fell in the North West a property website has reported.
Rightmove said August had seen the first dip in sellers' asking prices this year so far, down by 1.8% month-on-month to £249,199 on average across the country.
The North West saw the biggest monthly fall, at 3.5%, although on an annual basis prices there are up by 0.9%.
House prices saw a national uplift for the first time in nine months but fell by 0.1% in the North West, property analyst Hometrack said.Read the full story ›
The North West is to be at the forefront of a UK revival in house prices, experts have said.Read the full story ›
North West house sellers have increased their asking prices by almost 4% in October.Read the full story ›