Average property prices across the UK have moved up by just 0.1 per cent this month, the latest index suggests. But various cities have registered sharp rises and falls in property value, according to Nationwide.
More than half of the university cities in the latest Times Top 20 University Rankings have seen average property prices increase by at least 75 per cent over the past 10 years, according to new research.
The number of tenants competing for each room to rent is far outstripping the number of rooms being offered, research from easyroommate.co.uk reveals. On average, there are four tenants for every room.
Britain’s housing market was flat during June, but 1.1 per cent lower than a year ago, according to data from Nationwide. However, a closer look at the lender's city figures reveals sharp rises and falls over the year.