Property price, private rent and household survey and census statistics, used by government and other organisations for the creation and fulfilment of housing policy in the UK.
What's in the bulletin?
The median price paid for residential properties in England and Wales ranged from £25,000 (within Sunderland) to £4,380,000 (within Kensington and Chelsea) in the year ending June 2019.
The total value of residential property transactions (unadjusted for inflation) decreased most in London (9.3% decrease) in the year ending June 2019.
The median price paid for residential properties decreased in 41.9% of Lower-layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs).
What's in the bulletin?
UK average house prices increased by 1.3% over the year to September 2019, unchanged from August 2019.
Average house prices increased over the year in England to £251,000 (1.0%), Wales to £164,000 (2.6%), Scotland to £155,000 (2.4%) and Northern Ireland to £140,000 (4.0%).
London experienced the lowest annual growth rate (negative 0.4%), followed by the East of England (negative 0.2%).
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Affordability ratios calculated by dividing house prices by gross annual workplace-based earnings. Based on the median and lower quartiles of both house prices and earnings in England and Wales.
Number of residential property sales in England and Wales, by property type and administrative geographies. Annual data, updated quarterly.
Median price paid for residential property in England and Wales, by property type and administrative geographies. Annual data, updated quarterly.
Affordability ratios calculated by dividing house prices by gross annual residence-based earnings. Based on the median and lower quartiles of both house prices and earnings in England and Wales.
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