Report by LONDON (Reuters) – British house price growth touched an eight-month low in annual terms in September, adding to signs that the market may be cooling again ahead of the October Brexit deadline, a survey showed on Tuesday.
House prices rose 0.2% on the year, slowing from a 0.6% increase in August, mortgage lender Nationwide said. A Reuters poll of economists had pointed to a 0.5% rise.
In September alone, house prices fell 0.2% against expectations for a 0.1% rise.
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