Watch video · Latest figures released by Zoopla have detailed which cities will, on average, see homes snapped up the fastest.
Properties in Edinburgh are in hot demand with homes typically selling in just 22 days, new research has revealed. It is the fastest place to sell a home in Britain, according to the latest
Edinburgh is home to Britain’s fastest-moving property market October 11, 2018 Sellers in the Scottish capital are accepting offers in just 22 days, new Zoopla data has found.
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Sellers have cut the price of 37.9 per cent of homes, up from 32.4 per cent in April, property website Zoopla said, in the latest sign that the UK market may be slowing down.
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The UK’s fastest moving property market is in the quaint shoe-making town of Northampton. The town edged out the likes of Edinburgh, Bristol and Salford to be named as Britain’s housing market
The five towns where house prices have risen fastest this year – and the five where the property market has fallen the most. Sidcup in Kent was the biggest riser, up an average of £11,761 or 2.89%
The latest figures from property portal Zoopla show that the average reduction in property asking prices is £24,947, or 8.42pc, with homes in the Isle of Man recording the largest discounts, at
In Scotland, the city of Edinburgh has a fast-moving housing market, with sellers getting an offer around 32 days after first listing their property. In Glasgow, this rises to an average of 33 days.
A ccording to Zoopla, there are now 17,289 streets in Britain where the average property value is £1m or more, up from 14,417 in 2017. Just over 91pc of these roads are located in Southern England.
According to analysis by property website Zoopla, while the general direction of property prices is still up, the latest figures show a slowdown compared with a year ago.
London house prices are increasing slower than any other major city in the UK, a new report has revealed. The rate of growth in property value has dropped, leaving the capital ranked tenth in Britain.
PROPERTY prices in Glasgow and Edinburgh are remaining firm in the face of cuts to asking prices across Britain, new figures show.