According to the latest research conducted by Benham and Reeves, the price difference for houses on London’s most and least affordable street names is 1,770%.
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Annual house price growth has slipped further into negative territory as the market continues to lose heat according to the latest analysis from Nationwide.
Further modest price falls in H2 will be concentrated across Southern England where the impact of higher mortgage rates on buyer demand will be greatest.
Housing affordability still a stretch for average earners, new ONS data shows.