With an average house price growth of 3.9% over the last 12 months, the UK's major cities are performing more strongly than the national average. Here is the city-by-city breakdown -
"There is much focus on how much the demand for housing has ‘bounced’ in the early weeks of 2020. Looking at the 4 weeks to 20 January 2020, demand for housing across UK cities is, on average, 26% higher than the same period in 2018 and 2019. All cities, except for Belfast (flat), have recorded an increase in demand compared to the last 2 years. Sheffield, Leeds and Leicester have recorded the greatest increase in demand over the first 4 weeks of the year, with Southampton and Edinburgh having registered below average growth in demand."
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