The remortgage market experienced a long-awaited boost in January with applications up 24% in the month and 17% year-on-year, according to the Mortgage Advice Bureau.
London prices flatlined in January for the first time since the crash, according to an estate agent chain.
House prices in the UK rose by 9.8% in the year to December, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
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House price growth in London is expected to rise by just 10.4% over the next five years compared to 19.3% across the UK as a whole, Savills research finds.
House prices grew by 2% between December and January, the biggest January monthly increase seen since 2009 (2.4%), according to the latest Halifax house price index.
Legal & General Mortgage Club has laid out its predictions for the mortgage market in 2015 – and is forecasting a bumper year.
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The average value of prime London homes jumped by £95,000 in the past year, with property prices growing by around £260 a day, data has revealed.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £16.9bn in November.
Property sales worth £1m are at a record high, according to Lloyds Bank.
The slowdown of house price growth in prime central London, from 3.1% last quarter to 0.5% in Q3 this year is a 'necessary pit stop' for a sustainable market, said one estate agency firm.
New sellers' price expectations are up 2.6% in October compared to September, according to the latest Rightmove house price index.
Consumer confidence in the housing market has fallen to its lowest level in 12 months, according to the latest quarterly Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker.
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