UK house prices
The latest UK sold house prices and whether prices are going up or down where you live
In this house prices guide:
Latest average sold house prices where you are
Brexit and house prices
There were concerns that Brexit would cause a UK house price crash.
House prices have, in general, been rising since the UK voted to leave the EU.
In June 2016 the average UK house price was £212,887, according to the ONS. It’s now £244,513.
The rate at which house prices have risen, has slowed.
Learn more in our Brexit house price guide.
¹ ONS UK House Price Index: September 2020
² Rightmove: House Price Index
³ RIC.org: UK Residential Market Survey
⁴ Buy Association: UK housing market predictions: what to expect from the 12 months ahead
⁵ Knight Frank: UK Residential Market Forecast (2020-2024)
⁶ The Times: Lloyds says house prices could fall by nearly 10%
⁷ Land Registry: UK House Price Index
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