31.12.2010 - UK housing market trends revealed
From UKPA: The housing market performed better in southern areas of England than northern ones during 2010 but Scotland and Wales saw some of the biggest price gains, research has shown. Conwy in Wales was the county with the strongest price increases during the year, with the typical cost of a home jumping by 13% to 162,691, according to mortgage lender Halifax. It was followed by East Dunbartonshire and Dumfries and Galloway, both in Scotland, which saw rises of 12% and 11%, respectively..............................................Full Article: Source
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