|Bid||539.00 x 0|
|Ask||550.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||532.80 - 542.20|
|52 Week Range||437.80 - 669.00|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.37|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.09 (1.60%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 27, 2023|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Rightmove analysed 60 major urban locations across Britain to make the findings.
The typical asking price for a property coming to market has increased by £6,647 or 1.8% month-on-month to reach £372,894, Rightmove said.
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Rightmove said those with a 15% deposit may now pay an average of £1,056 per month.
The property website said it has seen some improvements to squeezed supply levels this year.
Average asking price reached record levels inside and outside capital in first three months of 2023, Rightmove finds
Rightmove said it has seen another leap in property searches for Chadlington in Oxfordshire following the second season launch of Clarkson’s Farm.
Average of £224,963 for homes with one or two bedrooms is 2% higher than a year ago, says Rightmove
The first-time buyer sector remains a challenging environment to get onto the ladder, Rightmove said.
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British homes sales recovered to within a whisker of pre-pandemic levels in March, representing a recovery from September when the failed economic plan of former prime minister Liz Truss sparked turmoil across markets, a survey showed on Wednesday. Property website Rightmove said the number of sales agreed between sellers and buyers was just 1% lower last month than in March 2019 as borrowing costs edged down from their leap after the September 'mini-budget'. "The market is remaining surprisingly robust given the economic headwinds that have affected movers over the last six months," Rightmove's property expert Tim Bannister said.
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Latest Rightmove survey concludes market on ‘much more stable footing’ than many had thought
There are signs of a reduction in people making coronavirus pandemic-driven lifestyle changes, Rightmove said.
Rightmove ( LON:RMV ) Full Year 2022 Results Key Financial Results Revenue: UK£332.6m (up 9.1% from FY 2021). Net...
Sterling fell slightly against the dollar on Monday and was flat against the euro, in a quiet session ahead of flash composite PMIs due on Tuesday which will give more hints on the state of the UK economy. Data from property website Rightmove on Monday showed asking prices for British residential property rising by the smallest increase on record for that month, which normally sees a big seasonal increase. But the fact that asking prices remained flat rather than falling could be a positive signal for the housing market, suggesting a softer landing than many analysts have forecast, Rightmove said.
Asking prices of homes for sale have risen by just £14 in the last month – the smallest increase on record for this time of year.
The website said it is the smallest increase it has recorded between January and February, in records going back to 2001.
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Landlords are asking for a record high rent of £1,172 per month, according to property portal Rightmove, as experts warn rents will keep on rising.
Property website Rightmove said tenant competition dropped by 6% between October and December compared with the same period in 2021, and was down by a third from September, when the gap between supply of home and demand from tenants reached the highest since records started in 2012. Demand last September was up by 20% from a year earlier while the supply of available properties to rent fell by 9%. Tim Bannister, director of property at Rightmove, said the pace of rent rises looked set to slow this year despite demand remaining strong.
Rightmove predicts average asking rents across Britain for newly available properties will rise a further 5% in 2023.
Buyers are returning to the housing market amid falling mortgage rates.
January’s increase in the average asking price for a home followed two months of falls, according to the property website.