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  • Oxford city

    House prices in 60% of the UK’s top 50 university cities have gone up by enough to cover the £27,000 tuition fees on a three-year degree course, new research has revealed.

  • Slight house price rise

    House prices in the UK went up by 0.6% between July and August, putting the average price of a UK property at £206,145, according to the latest figures from Nationwide building society.

  • Halifax logo

    Halifax, one of two providers previously offering market leading Help to Buy Isa rates has slashed the interest it’ll pay new customers from 2.5% to 2%.

  • The night tube launches this weekend along the Central and Victoria lines in London, so one property agent has uncovered how much homes along the routes cost.

  • Rising house prices

    UK house prices rose by 8.7% in the year to June, pushing the average price to £213,927, according to the Land Registry’s latest official figures published today

  • San castle for sale

    Properties coming on to the market in England and Wales between 10 July and 6 August 2016 are 1.2% lower than the previous month, new research has revealed.

  • Housing stock

    Property prices across the UK have slowed to their lowest level in three years, according to a poll of surveyors.

  • Building surveyor

    More than seven million buyers don’t bother having a building survey of their new home, research has revealed. But this could put homeowners at risk of unexpected building work.

  • A snail in a house

    Property prices in the UK dropped by 1% in July, which has largely cancelled out the 1.2% rise in June, the latest Halifax data has revealed.

  • Lots of 'to let' signs

    The number of people owning a home across the UK has fallen since its peak in 2004, with northern cities particularly hard hit, research by a think tank has revealed.