The latest figures from Halifax shows that UK house prices increased by 5.2% in the 12 months to May 2019. This represents the highest annual growth for a year, increasing the UK average house price to £237,837. Furthermore, house prices have risen by 2.5% compared to the last quarter. Russell Galley, managing director at Halifax, […]
Hunter Finance has the data from over six years of valuing development projects and their expected and/or achieved sale value. Although we finance a relatively small number of projects, we value and assess literally hundreds of property builds a month all based on final property prices. As it is our money we are lending then […]
It’s the big question on everybody’s mind. The simple answer is we can’t quiet be sure beyond the market predictions that are made.
First post-brexit house price growth figures have been released, and they offer positive news for UK developers.
While UK property prices increased by 9.0% in the year to March 2016, we take a look at how that compares to figures for the South East of England.
Annual house price growth has grown by over 1% since the previous house price index report. Property prices are now rising at pre-Brexit rates again.
The latest house price index figures remain positive as the current market looks to be stronger than any other point over the past 12 months.