House prices have begun 2024 on a more upbeat note, with confidence beginning to blossom among homeowners ahead of spring, according to this morning's figures from Nationwide.
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UK house prices continued to recover in November with a slight rise of 0.2%, according to Nationwide's latest data.
Despite 'extremely weak' activity, average UK house prices saw a slight increase in October, but remain lower than a year ago, according to this morning's report from Nationwide.
House prices remained static over the month and are down by 5.3% compared to this time last year, according to Nationwide.
Average house prices 'weakened further' in August, falling by 0.8% over the month after taking account of seasonal effects according to this morning's data released by Nationwide.
Annual house price growth has slipped further into negative territory as the market continues to lose heat according to the latest analysis from Nationwide.
Annual house price growth remained on an even keel during June with just a slight dip to 3.5% from the 3.4% recorded in May, according to this morning's data released by Nationwide.
Average house prices edged down slightly in May, slipping by 0.1% against April's figures according to this morning's data released by Nationwide.
April saw a 0.5% rise in house prices after seven consecutive falls, rising to -2.7% from -3.1% in March, according to the latest data released by Nationwide.
Average house prices have seen the first annual decline since June 2020, falling 1.1% on the year during February and recording the weakest growth since 2012, according to this...