Yorkshire tops price rise table
ON TOP: Yorkshire and Humber tops the regional spring price rise table with a month-onmonth leap of 1.2 per cent, according to Home.co.uk, which adds that the increase is partly driven by yield-seeking buy-to-let investment. Home.co.uk add that Stagflation looks likely in the UK property market due to rising inflation and a weaker postBrexit pound, which mean that capital values are not rising at all in real terms. The good news is that typical time on market has fallen to 100 days, two days less than in March last year. The company believes 2017 will be a good year for the Midlands and the North with price growth is at sustainable levels.