House prices grow at slowest pace in five years

– Rents across the country rose 0.7 percent from this time last year, the slowest pace since November 2012, according to Zillow’s March Real Estate Market Reports – Rents rose 0.7 percent over the past year to a Zillow Rent Index (ZRI) of $1,408 per month, the slowest rate of appreciation since November 2012 when rents were up 0.6 percent.

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UK house price inflation saw a further slowdown in December as markets in the South and East of England continue to lose steam, official figures show. The price of an average UK home rose by 2.5 per cent, or 6,000, to 231,000 in the year to December – the slowest annual pace of growth since [.]

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House prices are growing at their slowest annual rate in five years, according to the Halifax bank.Annual house price growth slowed to 1.5 per cent in the three months to October, the lowest rate.

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House prices are growing at the slowest annual pace in more than five years, as uncertainty about the economy and squeezed household budgets dampen demand, mortgage lender Nationwide has said. Growth fell from 2pc in September to 1.6pc in October, far below the 2pc-3pc range recorded over the previous 12 months.

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UK house prices grew at the slowest annual pace in more than five years this month as a slump in London weighed on the market. Asking prices rose 1.1 per cent from a year earlier, Rightmove said.

The median US home price rose 1.2% to $289,800 in December, the slowest monthly pace since March 2012, when the housing market was just beginning to climb out of the hole left by the collapse. Meanwhile, sales dropped by 11%, the biggest drop for any one month since 2016, according to a report released by real estate company redfin said.