UK house prices rebounded in November despite continued uncertainty around the outcome of Brexit and the general election, according to Britain’s biggest mortgage lender.
The average price of a home rose 1% to £234,625 last month, Halifax said, marking the largest monthly rise since February.
It signals a slight recovery after two months of declines and means home prices are 2.1% higher than a year ago.
Prices have increased by £3,904 since the start of the year and Halifax said it would continue to make “modest gains” into the new year.
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Source: The Guardian Online 6/12/19