ONS house price index rebounds for first time since Brexit voteStaff Writer | January 18, 2017
UK house prices rose in November for the first time since July, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Homes in Britain The Office for National Statistics:
The monthly rate had dipped 0.1% in October after a flat September and a drop of 0.4% in August.
England was the main driver, with house prices up 7.2% to an average of £234,000, with an average London house costing£482,000 in November, followed by the South East and the East of England, where average prices stand at £313,000 and £278,000 respectively.
The average for a house in Wales rose 4.1% to £147,000, Scotland gained 3.3% to £143,000 and the average price in Northern Ireland unmoved from £124,000. ■