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This week, the Land Registry released its new UK House Price Index. What does it mean? And how does it differ from all the others?
London is the only region in England and Wales to see a rise in house prices over the past year, but even it saw a downturn in October falling by 1.7%
Hong Kong residential property transactions have plummeted by over 50 per cent in a year according to figures from the Land Registry.
Spain could be exacerbating its property market’s problems by making Land Registry information available in English, according to an overseas property lawyer.
The September data from Land Registry's flagship House Price Index shows an annual price decrease of 2.6 per cent which takes the average property value in England and Wales to £162,109.
House prices saw a 0.3% decline in August, leaving the sale price of the typical home at just over £162,000, the Land Registry said today.
The Land Registry is effectively finding you guilty of tax evasion and defrauding the state of much-needed tax revenues if it inflates the amount you have paid for your property when calculating your property transfer fees.
The UK Land Registry recorded a modest 0.2% rise in house prices from December to January.
Land Registry has launched a consultation on its proposed changes to land registration legislation to take account of changes made by the Legal Services Act 2007...
The Land Registry has today reported a rise in house prices in England and Wales in September - according to the Registry, house prices rose by 0.9% in September compared with August putting the average cost of a home at £158,377...