Property Report Infographics – December 2020

Highlights from the December 2020 property report:-

  • House prices annual change percentage – October 2020 data
    Once again, Greater London continues it’s recent surge with a 7.3% gain when compared to last year. All Counties have shown an increase for the second month running.
  • House prices annual change percentage – two year comparison (October 2020/19/18 data)
    Rutland shows the most combined growth – 9.9% (2018), 0.8% (2019) & 6.7% (2020).
  • Sales trend Q3 2020 sales comparison by County
    Counties were on average 0.1% up on last quarter but a staggering 70.9% down on Q3 2019. This huge downturn in sales was most likely down to the Coronavirus pandemic and its global effect on the nation.
  • Mortgage lenders – market share 2019
    59.6% of all mortgage lending in the UK goes through the top five providers

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Property Report Infographics – November 2020

Highlights from the November 2020 property report:-

  • House prices annual change percentage – September 2020 data
    Greater London has had a recent surge with a 7.6% gain when compared to last year, this is the first time in several months where all Counties have shown an increase.
  • House prices annual change percentage – two year comparison (September 2020/19/18 data)
    Rutland shows the most combined growth – 6.6% (2018), -1.4% (2019) & 14.6% (2020).
  • Sales trend Q3 2020 sales comparison by County
    Counties were on average 0.1% up on last quarter but a staggering 70.9% down on Q3 2019. This huge downturn in sales was most likely down to the Coronavirus pandemic and its global effect on the nation.
  • Mortgage lenders – market share 2019
    59.6% of all mortgage lending in the UK goes through the top five providers

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Property Report Infographics – October 2020

Highlights from the October 2020 property report:-

  • House prices annual change percentage – August 2020 data
    Wales has shown a 2.9% gain when compared to last year, whereas the North East had a 1.2% loss.
  • House prices annual change percentage – two year comparison (August 2020/19/18 data)
    Nottinghamshire shows the most combined growth – 5.3% (2018), 1.9% (2019) & 6.9% (2020). Leicestershire follows closely behind with 5.6% (2018), 3% (2019) and 5.3% (2020).
  • Sales trend Q2 2020 sales comparison by County
    Counties were on average 29.3% down on last quarter and 67% down on Q2 2020. This huge downturn in sales was most likely down to the Coronavirus pandemic and its global effect on the nation.
  • Mortgage lenders – market share 2019
    59.6% of all mortgage lending in the UK goes through the top five providers

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Property Report Infographics – September 2020

Highlights from the September 2020 property report:-

  • House prices annual change percentage – May 2020 data
    The South West has a 3.6% gain when compared to last year, whereas the Greater London shows a 1.4% loss.
  • House prices annual change percentage – two year comparison (May 2020/19/18 data)
    Leicestershire shows the most combined growth – 7.2% (2018), 3.4% (2019) & 3.9% (2020). Nottinghamshire follows closely behind with 5.6% (2018), 3.9% (2019) and 3.7% (2020).
  • Sales trend Q2 2020 sales comparison by County
    Counties were on average 29.3% down on last quarter and 67% down on Q2 2020. This huge downturn in sales was most likely down to the Coronavirus pandemic and its global effect on the nation.
  • Mortgage lenders – market share 2019
    59.6% of all mortgage lending in the UK goes through the top five providers

House prices annual change percentage – two year comparison – March 2020 data

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, property data is coming through sporadically. As such, we will be releasing our reports separately as they become available.

This week, we have House prices annual change percentage data – two year comparison (March 2020/19/18 data).

  • Once again Leicestershire shows the most combined growth – 7.6% (2018), 2.2% (2019) & 7.5% (2020).
  • Staffordshire (inc. Stoke-on-Trent) has the least combined growth with 4.8% (2018), 3.2% (2019) and -1.3% (2020).