Houses in the UK rose in price by 1.1% in April


In April, house prices in the UK rose by 1.1% compared to March, Rightmove informs. Compared with April last year, the price of homes in the country fell by 0.1%. The average selling price of a home was £305,450. It is noted that houses for families with children still remain the most popular market segment. The cost of this type of housing, which implies the presence of three or four bedrooms, grew on average by 0.7% in annual terms. As stated by the head of Rightmove, Miles Shipside, the delay that the European Union provided to the UK until October 31 of this year in order to finally agree on the terms of Brexit could have a beneficial effect on the mood of British buyers, increasing demand for real estate in the country.

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