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Halifax says house price inflation will be steady next year

Halifax says that its October House Price Index confirms its view that house prices will continue to rise at a moderate pace.


It expects house price inflation next year to be in the region of 4 per cent, despite the expected economic slowdown.


The survey also shows that the difference in the average price of a brand new home and an existing home is less than £800 at £74,045 and £73,371 respectively.

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