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House price growth slumps to six-year low – Nationwide

House prices across Britain increased by just 0.5% in 2018, marking the slowest annual gro...

  • Jan 04, 2019
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Annual house price growth at lowest since 2013 – Nationwide

Annual house price growth hit the lowest level since May 2013, with a slowdown to 1.6% in ...

  • Nov 01, 2018
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Annual house price growth 2% in September – Nationwide HPI

Annual house price growth was steady at 2% in September, data has shown.

  • Oct 02, 2018
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August house price fall largest since July 2012 – Nationwide

Annual house price growth softened in August to 2.0% from 2.5% in July, with the average h...

  • Aug 31, 2018
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House prices dip again in May – Nationwide

House prices fell for the third time in four months in May, according to data from Nationw...

  • May 31, 2018
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House price growth returns as activity remains slow – Nationwide HPI

House prices returned to modest growth in April by bucking two months of falls, according ...

  • Apr 27, 2018
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UK house prices continue to soften but growth still positive – Nationwide

Nationwide confirmed house price growth fell back 0.3% in February after a strong start to...

  • Mar 01, 2018
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Small house price growth in October: Nationwide

House prices saw a small increase in October with industry pundits warning there is little...

  • Nov 01, 2017
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London house prices fall for first time in eight years – Nationwide

The Capital’s housing market became the weakest region in the UK in September with the f...

  • Sep 29, 2017
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Low supply ‘keeping house prices stable’ – Nationwide

House price growth was broadly stable in July, according to Nationwide’s House Price Ind...

  • Aug 01, 2017
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