Which is better for a house move: a new home or a new lease?
The cost of a new house is increasing at an annualised rate of over 8%, according to research by the National Housing Federation (NHF).
This is despite a sharp fall in house prices in the last five years.
The NHF’s housing market analyst, Professor David Smith, said the trend was “disappointing” as there was little sign of a “new home boom” taking hold in the UK.
The average house price in the country has increased by £1,000 in the past five years, to an average of £130,000.
However, the rate of growth is far lower than the national average.
The rate of increase for house prices is only 0.7% annually.
There are a number of factors that are contributing to this growth.
These include the rise in social housing rents and a rise in the price of house prices that is offset by a rise of other goods and services.
The increase in house rents has driven up the cost of renting a property.
There is a real risk that house prices will continue to rise.
The National Housing Council has also highlighted the growing pressures on social housing.
According to its latest housing market survey, house prices increased by 2.4% in May, up from 1.9% in April.
This was driven by a 5.4 percentage point increase in rents for those living in social homes, up by £2,400 compared to the previous year.
The council says that in London, where social housing prices are higher than average, the increase in rent is due to an increase in the number of households using the social housing system.
But in the south east of England, where house prices are lower than average and social housing rent is higher than London, the trend is different.
“The south east is now one of the fastest growing areas of England in terms of house price growth.
It’s certainly not going to be a boom,” said Professor Smith.
“This is really a reflection of the fact that we’ve had a relatively low housing market in the city centre over the last decade, with a large number of social tenants, who have been moving out of the city centres.
This is not reflected in the increase [in house prices].”
In addition to the housing market pressures, there is also a shortage of affordable homes, which can be a major driver of prices.
“It’s a very complex problem,” said Prof Smith.
The biggest factor behind the rising costs of renting is that the cost to rent a property is rising at a slower rate than house prices.
This means the house price that is currently being paid will have to rise in order to compensate for the reduced income of the rental.
The price of the average property in the capital city of London is currently £1.9 million, according to the latest official figures.
The new NHF report found that this is not enough to cover the rent of an average house.
The research found that people are also paying more for their homes, with average rents increasing by £3,400 since 2008.
“If you are paying £1 per week for a property, this means you are now paying an average rent of £2.5 million,” said Smith.
That is a considerable increase in costs, especially when the average rent for a flat in the London area is £1m.
In other parts of the country, such as the south west of England or the Midlands, housing costs are also rising.
Professor Smith said the lack of affordable housing was also a major factor driving up prices.
The trend was particularly strong in the South East of England.
He said the figures show “there is a very serious housing shortage” across the country.
However the report also revealed that the UK is still facing a housing shortage.
This could be due to a lack of investment in social and social care homes, and a shortage in supply of social housing for those who need it.
Professor David Bell, of the University of Surrey, said that the recent increase in social care house prices was worrying.
“A significant proportion of the housing shortage will be because the number who need social care has been decreasing.” “
He added that “the housing crisis in England is not just a housing crisis, it’s a social housing crisis”. “
A significant proportion of the housing shortage will be because the number who need social care has been decreasing.”
He added that “the housing crisis in England is not just a housing crisis, it’s a social housing crisis”.
A recent report by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that there were over 13 million social care tenants in England in 2016, a rise from 976,000 the previous financial year.
However this represents a drop of around 40,000 compared to 2015.
The ONS said that while the number renting has decreased, the number living in the social sector has risen, with an increase of 6,000 people.
However Professor Smith told BBC News that the “housing crisis” in England was not just housing