Property auctions London
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Many property use property auctions London investors have become wealthy due to the lowest interest rates in history.
The figures from Auction Houses and regional statistics illustrate people are using auctions more and more to purchase and sell property, especially in the regions outside the South East. In 1998, less than 15,000 properties changed hands in the whole at auctions. EIG statistics show the total raised by UK property auctions hit GBP2 billion, a growth of 21% on 2013.
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Auction Property London have a solid reputation and encompass over 34 auctioneers that are regional. They have an effective track record that even by 2013 had raised GBP54 million in sales. This really is done up to date knowledge of the markets, common trust, by attention to detail along with a vast record of repeat customers. Every seller is provided a dedicated member of staff, who can be reached even from office hours.
Gap between house prices in London and major UK cities widens
The gap between house prices in London and other major regional cities in the UK is at its widest for 20 years, according to the latest house price index.
Prices in London experienced 4.6% growth in the three months to August and a 10% increase in the last 12 months, according to the cities house price index from Hometrack
Overall city level house price inflation is running at 8.3% up from 6.6% in May. A similar expansion has been recorded in sales volumes which has translated into higher prices across UK cities, the report says.
The highest rate of growth is in Cambridge at 11.2% and lowest in Aberdeen where prices have fallen by 2% due to the weakness in the oil price affecting the demand for housing.
Compared to a year ago house price inflation has increased in five cities led by Edinburgh and Glasgow where growth is running at 9% and 5.3% respectively
Flats in the UK have seen the biggest average price rise in last decade
The average price of flats in the UK has risen by 60% since 2005, compared with an average of 38% for all properties, according to new research.
The report from the Halifax, one of the UK’s leading home lenders, also shows that detached homes have seen the smallest increase at 21% while bungalow prices rose by 28%.
The figures show that the increase for flats over the last decade is £87,550 or £730 per month from £145,874 in 2005 to £233,424 today, but a big proportion of this is due to the rapid increase in flat prices in London which are up by 67%.
A typical flat currently costs less than £120,000 in the North, East Midlands, Wales and Yorkshire and the Humber, and between £120,000 and £145,000 in the North West, West Midlands, Scotland and East
Anglia. At £370,281, a typical London flat is considerably more expensive than flats anywhere else in the UK.
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