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  • House Prices in Lowlands
    was Scottish Borders 172 146 and the cheapest was Dumfries and Galloway 137 010 In the past year house prices in Lowlands were similar to the year before and 60 down on 2005 when they averaged at 388 776 This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security Rightmove PLC About Rightmove PLC Contact Us Rightmove for professionals Agents and developers Rightmoveplus Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices-in-Lowlands.html (2016-02-13)
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  • House Prices in North East Scotland
    area within North East Scotland was Aberdeenshire 228 940 and the cheapest was Aberdeen County 224 336 Overall sold prices in North East Scotland over the last year were similar to the previous year and similar to the 2006 level of 229 579 This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security Rightmove PLC About Rightmove PLC Contact Us Rightmove for professionals Agents

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices-in-North-East-Scotland.html (2016-02-13)
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  • House Prices in South West Scotland
    area within South West Scotland was South Ayrshire 153 980 and the cheapest was East Ayrshire 112 477 Overall sold prices in South West Scotland over the last year were 6 up on the previous year and 15 down on the 2006 level of 158 075 This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security Rightmove PLC About Rightmove PLC Contact Us Rightmove

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices-in-South-West-Scotland.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Historical house prices - from Rightmove
    of fluctuations in house prices Getting to grips with some of the reasons why fluctuations in house prices occur can be extremely beneficial to buyers and sellers hoping to strike while the property market is firmly in their favour House prices in your area can be driven up by a number of factors including Supply being low Demand being high The availability of cheap credit Lax mortgage lending Rising wages Falling unemployment Meanwhile house prices have historically fallen in areas with An increased supply A decreased demand Low rental charges High unemployment Low economic growth Reduced availability of affordable mortgages Researching house prices with Rightmove The Rightmove website is the UKs 1 property website and as such advertises around 90 of all residential properties for sale via estate agents in the UK With access to such a large sample of the latest property asking prices the Rightmove House Price Index is in a unique position to inform buyers and sellers on the current state of the property market as well as to indicate the direction of future trends Each monthly edition of the Rightmove index details the average asking prices for all the regions in England and Wales as well as the monthly and annual changes in these areas Rightmove director Miles Shipside provides an insightful and easy to digest commentary on what the latest figures can mean for you House prices articles House Price Index methodology Impacts on house prices Hidden issues that affect house prices Easy ways to boost house prices Tips for finding hotspots for house prices House prices and the extra buying costs House prices and inflation Understanding house price valuations House prices and the benefits of buy to let This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-price-trends.html (2016-02-13)
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  • House Price Index methodology - from Rightmove
    and Halifax These indices are based on each lender s approved mortgages that month which naturally leads to a much smaller sample size than that of Rightmove One other thing to note is that the prices recorded are those agreed at the point when the mortgage is granted not when the property first hits the market or at the point of sale Another monthly survey is compiled by the Land Registry using data collected from all sales of residential houses in England and Wales whether through cash transactions or mortgage lending This is one advantage the Land Registry Index has over the Nationwide and Halifax surveys since they only take in to account property sales financed by mortgages However the land registry methodology means that there is a three month time delay in the availability of data Rightmove House Price Index reliable methodology While some property market reports are based to a certain extent on the opinions of real estate professionals the Rightmove House Price Index is produced entirely from factual information about actual prices of residential properties currently on the market 10 000 estate agency branches list their properties on the Rightmove website and because we have access to this amount of data we are able to use a sample of up to 200 000 houses each month to produce our survey This represents the largest most up to date monthly sample of any house price report publisher in the United Kingdom Boasting such a wide ranging sample size and offering highly accurate up to the minute information from the very beginning of the home buying and selling process Rightmove has earned a reputation as an extremely reliable indicator of house prices trends in the UK market House prices articles Historical house prices Impacts on house prices Hidden issues

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-price-measures.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Positive and negative impacts on house prices - with Rightmove
    can do easily by consulting the Rightmove House Price Index Factors that affect individual house prices When it comes to individual properties house prices are determined by a combination of many different factors The oft repeated mantra of location location location is still one of the most important factors when it comes to valuing a house not just the geographical location but also its proximity to key amenities and facilities The effect of interiors on house prices Aside from the bricks and mortar of the property the next important factor is the interior use of space Some of the more important considerations are Bedrooms Bathrooms Single Double garage Central heating Of course many other factors will also play a part in determining house prices and each individual property will be judged on its own merits There is a common maxim that when buying a house one should look at it through the eyes of the next buyer and this is a good way to estimate the approximate value of a property Browsing through our listings here at Rightmove will help you to get a feel for the different features and factors that influence house prices As the UK s premier property resource we can give you the information and advice you need to successfully negotiate the intricacies of today s property market House prices articles Historical house prices House Price Index methodology Hidden issues that affect house prices Easy ways to boost house prices Tips for finding hotspots for house prices House prices and the extra buying costs House prices and inflation Understanding house price valuations House prices and the benefits of buy to let This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security Rightmove PLC About Rightmove PLC Contact Us Rightmove for

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/what-affects-house-prices.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Hidden issues that affect house prices - with Rightmove
    has come to the end of its life is an expense no one wants to have to deal with You should also ascertain the age and state of the electrical wiring in the property in case rewiring is required imminently Other factors affecting house prices which might not be easy to spot and could prove costly include Problems with structural timber Subsidence Leaks Damp Fungal decay dry rot and wet rot Broken roof tiles Plumbing problems Condition and age of equipment and fittings such as white goods flooring and double glazing Since homes and their fixtures and fittings decay naturally over time deferred maintenance and avoidance of general upkeep is a common explanation for why some homes sell for less than others Future developments in house prices For most people buying a house is a long term investment that they expect to be committed to for an extended period of time Therefore when considering house prices in your chosen area don t just think about what the location is like today For example if there are a number of empty properties in the vicinity there is no way of knowing what these buildings may become in the future Similarly when considering a property you should also take into account any planning issues that may arise nearby A planned development could significantly change the character and tone of the area making it far less attractive to buyers and therefore decreasing house prices All of these factors can have an effect on house prices underlining the importance of using every resource available to research the state of the market in your chosen area so that you can make a truly informed choice Rightmove is one of these resources browse through our site to see how we can help you House prices articles

    Original URL path: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/hidden-property-issues.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Easy ways to boost house prices - with Rightmove
    ensure that it is in tip top shape before putting your home on the market A freshly mown lawn and well trimmed hedges will help to make a positive impact on prospective buyers and a few flowers can add an appealing splash of colour to the outside of your home Add a fresh coat of paint to your front door if needed and ensure any fittings are polished and in good order When it comes to the interior of your home take a little time to think about the kind of people your home is likely to appeal to in terms of the general demographics of your area and the nearby amenities For example if you feel that young professionals are liable to be interested in your property you could perhaps consider turning a second bedroom into a study to better suit their needs The impact of space on house prices While you may have worked hard over the years to turn your house into a home ensuring that it reflects your own personality and tastes remember that those tastes are your own and will not necessarily be shared by a potential buyer Before you put your house on the market it is important that you de clutter and de personalise it as much as you can Store away as many of your possessions as is practically possible even remove as much furniture as you can as this will make your rooms look bigger Put your personal preferences aside and try to offer viewers a blank canvas Ensuring that your property smells invitingly of freshly baked bread may be something of a cliché but do make sure that your home is free of any odours that might put buyers off particularly if you are a smoker or pet owner Air

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