The average house price in the UK has reached £2.3m, according to the latest survey of the market, and is up by 11.6 per cent since last year.
There were 8,569 homes sold in the first quarter of this year.
Here’s what you need to know about the latest housing market.
The median house price has increased by just over £1m The median price of a house in London is £1.8m.
That’s up by £3.3 million on the same period last year, and £1 million higher than the previous year.
That means a house now costs around £2m to buy.
The biggest increases have been in the South East and North East The median number of houses sold in London rose by 14.6 and 13.3 per cent, respectively, from a year ago.
The South East region saw a 7.5 per cent increase, while North East saw a 4.5 cent increase.
The North West saw a 3.8 per cent decrease, while the East Midlands saw a 1.8 cent increase in its median price.
The average price in North West and South East London was £1,859 and £2,039 respectively, compared to a year earlier.
The number of new houses sold was up by 13.6% London is still the fastest growing region in the country.
In 2016, the number of London-listed properties rose by more than 7 per cent.
The new listings were up by 3.6 million in the year to March, and by almost 9 million in 2016.
In the year ending March 2019, there were just under 13.5 million properties in the capital, up by 6.1 per cent on the previous 12 months.
A third of Londoners have bought a house by buying it for less than the median price The median purchase price for a London property is now £1million, down by 11 per cent from a quarter ago.
That is down from £2million, which was the median for the year before.
The cheapest house in the London area in March was a £700,000 house in Peckham, which sold for £1-million.
It sold for an average of £844,000.
The most expensive London house in March is a £1billion house in Hornsey, which is currently worth £5.7-million and sold for a record £2-million in March.
The capital has the highest number of buyers per square metre in the world London is now ranked fifth among the world’s 20 biggest cities for home buyers per sq metre, according the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
It is now more expensive than New York and Tokyo, according data from the IISS.
London is also one of the top five markets for property investment in the EU. 6.
Londoners are more likely to spend £1 in their first year on a house than anywhere else in the whole of Europe A third (33.6%) of London residents said they spent £1 on a home, according a survey by The Telegraph.
A year earlier, London was the only city where a third (34.7%) of respondents said they were spending more than £1 per month on a property.
The next highest in the continent are Amsterdam and Copenhagen at 29.2 per cent each.
The market has a ‘strong’ sense of confidence and a ‘high level of expectations’ of future growth There are strong signs of a “strong sense of optimism” and “high level on expectations” for London’s future, according an Ipsos Mori survey of 1,091 Londoners.
It found that just 27.3% of respondents feel that they are on the right track, and just 14.7% feel that the city is on the “right track” now.
That compares to a 37.2% level of optimism and a 36.3%, high level of expectation level.
Ipsos MORI also found that the UK is experiencing a “very positive” economic recovery.
“Our survey shows that London is in the process of making a marked recovery from the Great Recession.
This recovery has been accompanied by a significant improvement in the economy and public finances, which has benefited Londoners,” the pollster said.
London now has the fastest-growing housing market in the nation A year ago, London had the second-fastest-growing property market in Europe.
The city’s median house was £2 million, up from £1 by a year before, but that was down from the £2 billion median that was bought up by property developers in the city last year and a record-breaking £2bn bought up in 2016, according, Ipsos.
The last time the median house in England was that high was in 2011.
London’s housing market has seen a “huge increase in new demand” in the past year A new report by the Office for National Statistics has found that London’s average