Since January this year, real estate in the UK has risen in price by £44 a day. However, there are areas where prices do fall.
The real estate market in the United Kingdom has increased by 1.39% over the past three months, equivalent to £114 billion. Since January, the usual British house has increased in value by about £3,000, that is, the price has increased by £44 every day.
The North-West of Britain is the most expensive for buying a property. Here, the cost of housing increased by an average of £3,552. In East Midlands and Yorkshire, the price rose slightly less - by £3,357 and £2,750 respectively.
While rising prices please those who want to sell property, people who want to buy their own housing, along with inflation and small wages, are less likely to believe in their dream.
But there is good news for the latter too. The largest real estate portal Zoopla has prepared a report, which indicates areas where real estate prices actually fell this year.