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Houses in the UK now cost an average of £19,000 more than they did last year

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the Express.The ONS stated that house prices may have been inflated in June in line with the holiday and buyers wanting to complete quickly.Monthly property transactions statistics published by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) show that the seasonally adjusted number of transactions in July 2021 fell to 73,740, following the record number of 198,420 transactions in June 2021.And, the ONS said that there were fewer transactions available than previously expected and so the results could be more volatile.Average house prices increased over the year in England to £271,000 (7% growth), in Wales to £188,000 (11.6% growth), in Scotland to £177,000 (14.6% growth) and in Northern Ireland to £153,000 (9% growth). Do you think UK house prices are too.

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