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UK house prices creep up

UK house prices creep up

Category: Mortgages

Updated: 27/07/2012
First Published: 27/07/2012

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The average UK house price has increased marginally to £161,777.

Latest figures from the Land Registry have shown a monthly increase to the average house price of 0.1%, although over the course of the past year they have grown by 0.9%.

London was once again revealed as the most expensive place in the UK to purchase a home, with the average house in the capital costing £359,476.

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