House prices lifted 1.2% last month to an average of £328,610 as the market rebalances after the partial end of the stamp duty holiday, according to the latest e.surv Acadata House Price Index.

This translates to a 3.6% annual rise, but the survey points out there are still “substantial pockets” of high price rises across the country with Wales leading the way with annual growth of 11.2%.

By Roger Baird 12th October 2021 10:38 am

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