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Land Registry's monthly Market Trend Data for residential property prices in England and Wales

Land Registry's monthly Market Trend Data for residential property prices in England and Wales.

The September data shows an annual price increase of 5.3 per cent which takes the average property value in England and Wales to £186,553. Monthly house prices up 1.0 per cent since August 2015.
The regional data indicates that:
  • the region with the most significant annual price increase is London with a movement of 9.6 per cent
  • London experienced the greatest monthly rise with a movement of 1.8 per cent
  • the North East saw the only annual price decrease with a movement of -0.3 per cent
  • the North East also saw the most significant monthly price decrease with a fall of 0.3 per cent
Sales and repossessions during July 2015, the most up-to-date figures available, show that:
  • the number of completed house sales in England and Wales decreased by 4 per cent to 81,696 compared with 84,691 in July 2014
  • the number of properties sold in England and Wales for over £1 million decreased by 9 per cent to 1,413 from 1,555 a year earlier
  • repossessions in England and Wales decreased by 50 per cent to 471 compared with 943 in July 2014
  • the region with the greatest fall in the number of repossession sales was London
RegionMonthly change since August 2015Annual change since September 2014Average price September 2015
England and Wales1.0%5.3%£186,553
South East0.7%8.5%£256,737
North West0.7%2.5%£115,594
West Midlands0.6%4.8%£141,470
Yorks and Humber0.6%3.7%£124,473
South West0.3%4.4%£193,538
East Midlands0.1%3.8%£136,643
North East-0.3%-0.3%£99,559

Average price by property type 2015 to 2014

Average price by property type (England and Wales)September 2015September 2014Difference

Sales volumes 2014 to 2013

MonthSales 2014 England and WalesSales 2013 England and WalesDifference

Sales volumes 2015 to 2014

MonthSales 2015 England and WalesSales 2014 England and WalesDifference

Repossessions by region 2015 to 2014

Repossessions by regionJuly 2015July 2014Difference
East Midlands4680-43%
North East1418-22%
North West133234-43%
South East38105-64%
South West3658-38%
West Midlands4780-41%
Yorkshire and the Humber60119-50%
The Price Paid Data includes details of over 93,000 residential property sales in England and Wales lodged for registration in September 2015.
The most expensive sale in September 2015 was in Knightsbridge, London SW1 (£17.5m). The cheapest sale in September 2015 was in Pendle, Lancashire (£12,000).

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