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UK houses values rise, finally

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

UK house prices have risen for the first time in 17 months, London’s government agency the Land Registry confirmed yesterday.

According to the Registry the average price of a home in England and Wales increased by 0.1 per cent in June, the first gain since January 2008, to £153,046 ($303,812).

Values in London rose 2 per cent.

UK houses values rise, finally
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