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Written by rosalind renshaw

The number of first-time buyer registrations across branches of haart is up 78.4% annually, the firm has said.

The surge has continued this autumn, with a 4.5% monthly increase.

The firm says demand is pushing up first-time buyer property prices by 9.4% annually and 1.8% on the month to stand at £155,278.

Reporting for November, the firm says its average property price is now £191,290 – up 7.6%  on last year. New buyer registrations are up as a whole by almost 40% annually.

Paul Smith, CEO of haart, said: “The recovery of the UK property market is continuing relentlessly in the winter months with annual growth in all areas.

“Property prices across the UK are up 7.6% annually but our data shows that this growth has been steady – the sign of a healthy, recovering property market.”

He added: “High demand in relation to supply remains problematic.”

The firm says buyer activity levels are particularly busy in the run-up to Christmas.


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    So the “The recovery of the UK property market is continuing relentlessly"

    Funny, only a few days ago it was deadlocked!

    "Smith said: “The Chancellor should revisit the spectre of Stamp Duty which is a major contributing factor to the current property market deadlock."

    Still, we're all used to hearing bull form SpicerHaart.

    • 13 December 2013 09:13 AM
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