Annual house price inflation stutters at under 1% for 11th month in a row

Annual house growth is just 0.4%, Nationwide has reported.

It puts the average house price at £215,368, only marginally ahead of September’s figure of £215,352.

Nationwide chief economist Robert Gardner said that annual house price inflation has been at under 1% for the 11th month in a row.

On average, house prices have risen by around £800 in the last 12 months, which he said was a “significant” slowing compared with the previous year.

In the same period to October 2016, prices increased by £9,100.

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