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Average prices in England & Wales gain just £1,000 in the year

Prices creep slowly upwards on an annual basis. Transactions in May 2019 up 7% on previous month. Nottingham takes top spot in Conurbation annual house price growth league.

Average prices in England & Wales gain just £1,000 in the year

  • Prices creep slowly upwards on an annual basis
  • Transactions in May 2019 up 7% on previous month
  • Nottingham takes top spot in Conurbation annual house price growth league

In May, the average house price in England & Wales fell by a modest -£200, or -0.1%, to £300,866. This was the third month in succession that average prices have fallen marginally, with prices some -£250 lower than at the start of the year. Over the last twelve months – as Figure 1 illustrates – the movement in prices from one month to the next has been relatively subdued, with a maximum change of ±0.7%. Thus the increase in the average price over the last twelve months amounts to a minor +£1,000, or +0.3%, suggesting that all is quiet on the housing front.

Click here to read the House Price Index – May 2019 (England and Wales)

Data source: LSL Property Services