Annual UK house price growth slows to lowest level in more than a decade

Property values in south of England fall most, while West Midlands records strongest growth

Annual house price growth across the UK has slowed to the lowest level in more than a decade, with property values in the south of England under the greatest pressure.

The lender Halifax said average prices in April were 0.1% higher than the same month a year ago, the lowest rate of growth since December 2012 and down from March’s annual growth rate of 1.6%.

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