The rise and fall of prop­erty fig­ures

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

THE Land Reg­istry lat­est fig­ures show that prices in York­shire fell fell 1.3 per cent from De­cem­ber to Jan­uary this year and de­clined by 2.6 per cent in 2010.

Lon­don saw an an­nual in­crease of 2.4 per cent and the re­gion with the great­est an­nual price fall was Wales with a de­crease of 6.1 per cent. Wales also ex­pe­ri­enced the most sig­nif­i­cant monthly price fall with a move­ment of 4.2 per cent. Mean­while, Home­track’s fig­ures for Fe­bru­ary re­vealed that York­shire sell­ers on av­er­age got 92.8 per cent of their ask­ing price and took 13 weeks to sell, but there were five per cent more buy­ers and a 25 per cent in­crease in sales. The Na­tion­wide say house prices in­creased by 0.3 per cent from Jan­uary to Fe­bru­ary.

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