Houses Prices Fall Everywhere but London & East

According to new information from the Land Registry, house prices in all regions of England and Wales have suffered a decline, everywhere but in London and the East, The Telegraph has reported.


The Land Registry has recorded that overall, house prices in England & Wales fell by 0.5pc in March 2016 with the biggest drop in prices affecting Yorkshire and Humberside at a dip of 2.6pc.

(Most) London Prices Continue to Rise

Whilst everywhere else experienced a slight slump, mainstream prices in the capital continued to rise most likely due to lack of stock and a growing population. Mainstream house prices in London increased by 0.2pc with the average house price now standing at £534,735. However this figures exclude the luxury end of the market, which has experienced a significant price dip of 10pc.

Hilltop Surveyors: introducing our blog

Welcome to the very first post from Hilltop Surveyors.

We decided to create this section of our website so we could update homebuyers, investors and all those interested in the property market with news and information from this sector.

We’ll also be talking about the local market, as well as national, and sharing our expertise as specialists in local homebuyers reports to people looking to buy in the areas of Twickenham, Wimbledon, Kingston, Battersea, Acton, Ealing and Hammersmith.

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