Price growth strong in Scotland and Wales

Extract from Redwood Financial’s Property Review October 2019

The latest UK Housing Market Update from Savills, states an expectation that average house price growth will remain flat throughout 2019, revised down from a predicted growth of 1.5%, made in November 2018, under an assumption of an orderly Brexit. 

The update states that uncertainty has increased in the residential market since July and will continue to shape the market until the Brexit impasse is resolved. 

Wide regional variations in growth continue to be evident. Interestingly, over the last year, nine of the top ten highest price growth local authorities were in Scotland and Wales, led by West Dunbartonshire (11.6%) and Blaenau Gwent (17.9%). In contrast, London was the weakest region, containing six of the bottom ten local authorities for price growth.

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