HomeTrack.com today released their monthly house price index showing the best and worst performing housing locations in the UK.
Their March 2019 report, released on 25th April 2019, stated an average UK house price growth of 1.7%, which is the lowest since 2012.
It also showed that the trending year-on-year weak market conditions in London (0.0%) are now spreading out to other Southern cities, notably Oxford (-0.6%), Southampton (0.7%) and Cambridge (-0.3%).
Liverpool Ahead of the Market Again
The report also showed that Liverpool continues its reign as the champion of property investment in the whole of Britain.
Affordability in Liverpool is ranked #1 with an average house price of £122,100, trailed by Glasgow (£124,000), Newcastle (£128,000) and Belfast (£133,000).
Liverpool also lead the pack with house price inflation with a year-on-year growth rate of 5.7%, followed by Leicester (5.3%), Manchester (5.1%) and Glasgow (5.0%).
Now is the time to invest in Liverpool
It’s never been more obvious that Liverpool has been the top property investment hot-spot since 2017 and the trend continues throughout 2019 with no signs of slowing down. We have plenty of current and future opportunities to invest in Liverpool, including property bonds, which benefit from the aforementioned healthy market conditions. Enquire via our contact form or call us on 0151 808 1380 today.