House prices in the UK are still gently falling in real terms

Nationwide has just released its latest house price figures.

In October, house prices were 0.4% higher than they were a year ago.

Your average UK home will now set you back £215,368 exactly.

Prices are rising more slowly than wages or wider inflation. That means they’re falling in “real” terms.

To read more please click the link below 

https://moneyweek.com/517213/house-prices-in-the-uk-are-still-gently-falling-in-real-terms/

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