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Property Prices in the UK

 

Despite having an increase in the number of property sales being made, the property market notes that there has been a significant decrease in the number of demand. This is believed to be as a result of the poor growth of income among the potential homeowners as well as a nationwide poor economic growth. Regardless of all this, the property prices are not expected to go down anytime soon.

 

Due to the uncertainty and difficult economic crisis that the country is facing, the possibility of having the property prices increase is less likely, though it might be possible. However, a million people are expected to ‘move home’ before the end of the year. This is because apart from the Help to Buy Scheme, other lenders are coming up with innovative ways to help people buy property. Examples include the setting up of £12 billion of the tax funds to help underwrite £130 billion mortgages by the end of the year. Also, there has been an emergence of community lenders from 15 local authorities who have come together and started a scheme geared towards topping up the deposits made by first time property buyers. They have also made it available for residents to borrow money from the scheme with only a 5% deposit.

 

UK Property Prices

UK Property Prices

Several other lenders have come up with plans to revive the housing market, which has been gradually stagnating over the years. None of these moves are actually permanent since property prices may once again go up in 2014 and the years after. 2013 therefore appears to be the best year for an aspiring homeowner to take advantage of these opportunities in order for them to own property in the UK.

 

Judging from the trend showcased by the property market, it would be a great investment opportunity for an investor looking for a potential market to bet their money in. With more people desiring homes, and with much more lenders making it easier for potential homeowners to own property, this market would be ideal for a business opportunity. Moreover, it’s the only business venture that will always have more than enough demand.

By Furkat Elmirzaev


5 Comments

  1. Joe says:

    I think, there was an average UK property price decline of 16 percent for £2m-£3m properties sold in London due to the change in UK stamp duty on sales of property £2m plus from 5 percent to 7 percent and the introduction of a 15 percent tax on UK property sales through offshore companies.

  2. Lisa says:

    But, the number of uk property sales of £3m plus worth still steady. I think this is as a result of he richest UK property buyers have not been put off by the increase in UK stamp duty rates.

  3. han says:

    One of the UK estate agents reported that overseas property buyers are pushing the average UK property price of prime location in central London property by 57 percent during the last four years. UK property prices are predicted to go up by more than 25% by 2018.

  4. Bob says:

    UK property prices in London are the highest than in 2007 peak, as the difference between London property price and the rest of the UK property price is big. The average property price in London is approx. £306,919 and the average UK property price is £164,630.

  5. Sue says:

    Another UK property bubble is coming …

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