Daily Mail: Housing market in the grip of 'endemic' transaction crisis as six in 10 local authorities see a drop in sales

January 4, 2019

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On a quarterly basis, the stats estimate new build home starts in England at 44,740 (seasonally adjusted) in the latest quarter, a 12% increase on figures for both the previous three months and a year earlier.

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The City of London saw the biggest increase of any local authority area in England and Wales rising by 66 per cent, although only 146 properties were transacted in eight months. The best performing area outside of London was Chorley, at 17 per cent.

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January 12, 2019

The average drop in sales has been 4.9% in 2018 but some locations have seen much more significant falls in transactions, the study from Project Etopia shows.

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January 11, 2019

According to the data, transactions fell in 241 of 374 local authority areas, with an average decline of 4.9%. Stevenage witnessed a 27.5% drop, Newcastle-under-Lyme a 16.2% slump and Cambridge a fall of 16%.

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The biggest falls in Greater London was in the borough of Tower Hamlets, seeing a 22.5% drop in transactions, while the borough of Croydon was down by 15.4%.

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