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UK Housing Market Data Response

UK Housing Market Data Response

RICS Residential Market Survey (Dec.)

The number of homes being listed for sale dropped again in December while demand continued to climb. As a result, we think house prices will continue to rise at pace in the near term.

20 January 2022

UK Housing Market Data Response

Credit Conditions Survey (Q4 2021)

The Q4 credit conditions survey suggests that, while credit conditions will remain loose, scope for lenders to absorb further increases in interest rates into their margins has run out. Drop-In: Neil Shearing will host an online panel of our senior economists to answer your questions and update on macro and markets this Thursday, 13th January (11:00 ET/16:00 GMT). Register for the latest on everything from Omicron to the Fed to our key calls for 2022. Registration here.

13 January 2022

UK Housing Market Data Response

IHS Markit/CIPS Construction PMI (Dec.)

The construction PMI declined last month to end the year on a negative note, more than erasing the gain made in November. Despite tentative signs that they are starting to ease, we expect labour and supply shortages will continue to dampen output in the near term.

7 January 2022
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Halifax House Prices (Dec.)

Another substantial rise in the Halifax house price index in December ensured that the lender agreed with Nationwide that the rise in house prices over the 2021 calendar year was the strongest for at least 15 years. And there is no sign of prices losing momentum yet.

7 January 2022

UK Housing Market Data Response

Mortgage Lending (Nov.)

Mortgage approvals stabilised in November, consistent with other evidence that demand remained robust after the stamp duty holiday ended. Even though approvals have softened to a similar level to 2019, the lack of stock for sale means that price growth is likely to prove stronger than transactions.

4 January 2022

UK Housing Market Data Response

RICS Residential Market Survey (Nov.)

There was no sign of any let up in the house price boom in November as new buyer enquiries rose again. Another strong survey also suggests that the market could continue to run hot for some time, suggesting that we are right to expect a larger rise in house prices in 2022, of 5%, than most other forecasters.

9 December 2021

UK Housing Market Data Response

Halifax House Prices (Nov.)

The Halifax house price index suggests that not only did the end of the stamp duty holiday fail to dent the market, but that house price growth has since accelerated to a post-financial crisis high.

7 December 2021

UK Housing Market Data Response

Nationwide House Prices (Nov.)

House prices recorded another above-consensus gain in November as strong buyer demand bid prices up further. There is little sign of that dynamic changing anytime soon, so we expect the consensus forecast for 2022 to continue to be revised up closer to our own view.

1 December 2021
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