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          ONS: Index of Private Housing Rental Prices, UK: November 2019

          Another check in to see if the much promised retaliation for Section 24, tenant fees ban, etc is materialising. No reply from ARLA about why the figures are wrong or if the are right, when the now pent up price increases are going to burst through.

          Posted by mombers @ 09:10 AM 3 Comments

          Misallocation of capital

          Torygraph: Low interest rates can cause a baby boom, Bank of England suggests

          BoE suggests that artificially low interest rates, typically associated with misallocations of capital culiminating in recessions as grand plans exceed real savings, points out that their artificially low interest rates -may- cause a baby boom in the UK!As couples may misunderstand how much capital is available for their additional child presumably and then no .. sell that empty mall mum!No mention sadly of couples forgoing additional children because they can't afford somewhere to live with them. Sensibly Torygraph kept the comments turned off.

          Posted by stillthinking @ 08:32 AM 3 Comments

          An independent report has found

          BBC news: Builder Persimmon lacks minimum house standards, report finds

          The UK's second biggest housing firm does not have an agreed minimum standard for all the homes it builds, an independent report has found.When the government makes a policy to throw money at a sector, should it not add checks and balances in place ?

          Posted by deepak @ 05:31 PM 3 Comments

          Generational property cascade runs into student debt

          WSJ: OK Boomer, Who???s Going to Buy Your 21 Million Homes?

          I wonder if this effect will be present in the UK, but you could also put this in the same box as those speculating that the global debt ponzi will fall in on itself because eventually we are all saturated with debt etc etc. House prices in the UK are different because they are ultimately always underpinned by housing benefit (unless we run out of claimants )

          Posted by stillthinking @ 09:04 AM 2 Comments

          When it is locked, how do you en-cash it?

          BBC: Investors rush to pull millions from UK property funds

          Its not the first fund, but seems the like dominoes are starting to fall. The numbers are not small and are in the billions

          Posted by deepak @ 08:35 PM 2 Comments

          Fleecehold New we need to learn

          BBC News: Fleecehold - New homes hit by 'hidden costs

          Not sure how I missed this, after the lease holders crisis that has come to light, how can the home builders stop there. Here come the freeholders. I think we need to re-assign the definition of the Free or Freedom, if these are FREEholds

          Posted by deepak @ 03:39 PM 3 Comments

          Summary of prices for small areas in England and Wales.

          Office for National Statistics: House prices for small areas 2019

          Great summary, particularly the interactive map at Figure 1 that shows median prices for each small area.

          Posted by libertas @ 11:03 AM 0 Comments

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          Source websitePeriod coveredAverage house priceMonthly change (%) Annual change (%) Archive / GraphPeak average house priceChange since peak (%) Official releases
          LSL Property Services & Acadametrics (England and Wales)Jun 18£303,960 0.20 2.10Cross£305,654
          (May 18)
          0.5516/07/2018 (PDF)
          Halifax House Price IndexJun 18£225,654 0.30 1.80Tick£227,871
          (Mar 18)
          0.9706/07/2018 (PDF)
          Home.co.uk (England and Wales)Jul 18£310,577 0.10 1.30CrossN/AN/A12/07/2018 (PDF)
          Hometrack - Monthly National Survey May 18£217,400 0.00 4.30CrossN/AN/A29/06/2018
          Land Registry Monthly ReportApr 18£226,906 1.20 3.90TickThis monthN/A13/06/2018 (PDF)
          Nationwide House Price IndexJun 18£215,444 0.50 2.00TickThis monthN/A01/06/2018 (PDF)
          Rightmove House Price IndexJuly 18£309,191 0.10 1.40Tick£317,281
          (May 17)
          2.5516/07/2018 (PDF)

          House Price Statistics - Greater London

          Source websitePeriod coveredAverage
          house price
          Monthly
          change (%)
          Quarterly
          change (%)
          Annual change
          (%)
          Archive /GraphPeak average
          house price
          Change since
          peak (%)
          Official releases
          Land Registry Monthly ReportApr 18£484,584 2.40N/A 1.00Tick£530,409
          (Jan 16)
          8.6413/06/2018 (PDF)
          Nationwide House Price IndexQ2 18£468,845N/A 2.30 1.90Cross£478,782
          (Q1 17)
          2.0801/06/2018 (PDF)
          Rightmove House Price IndexJuly 18£628,458 0.50N/A 1.70Tick£649,864
          (May 17)
          3.2916/07/2018 (PDF)

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          House Price Predictions

          If you have discovered other or revised predictions that you'd like added to this list then send an email to us with all the information for each column and also a link to a website that contains the information so that we can verify the data.

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          Source websiteAnalystPhotoDate prediction made Amount predictedRegionTime PeriodEvidenceNotes
          National Housing FederationDavid OrrPhoto of David OrrDec 2013 35%UK2013-2020Tick
          House prices will increase by another 35% by 2020, leaving a huge swathe of the population locked out of home ownership for life.

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