Housing prices in the UK showed the maximum growth in 5 years in June

In June, housing prices in the UK increased in annual terms by 2%, the minimum rate for 5 years, according to the data of Nationwide Building Society, the largest mortgage society of the UK. Economists had predicted an increase of 1.7%. Relative to the previous month, house prices in the UK increased by 0.5%. Analysts had predicted an increase of 0.3%. Nationwide economist Robert Gardner said: “There is little evidence that the situation will change. Polls continue to show a low level of interest of buyers, and the pace of construction of new homes is also low. “

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