December Hometrack report shows 10 cities record double digit price growth since the Brexit vote

4 February 2019

The UK Cities House Price Index December 2018 Report shows house price inflation at 2.7%, which is half the average annual rate over the last 5 years.  House prices see growth ranging from +7% in Edinburgh to -6% in Aberdeen.

Prices are rising across the remaining 17 cities with the fastest growth in Edinburgh (6.8%) followed by Liverpool (6.1%).  However, prices fall in Aberdeen (-6.1%),  Cambridge (-3.8%) and London (-0.2%).

Ten cities record double digit price growth since the Brexit vote held in June 2016, with Birmingham (16%) and Manchester (15%) holding the highest price growth.

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