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Fall in house prices to contribute to lower CPI inflation

The 10% fall in house prices that we expect over the next 12 months will also help to pull down CPI inflation, via its impact on shelter costs. Admittedly, shelter inflation is unlikely to decline meaningfully until 2023, because of soaring mortgage costs, but this is nevertheless one reason to expect headline inflation to drop back sharply next year.

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