UK house price inflation rate fell from 13.7 per cent in November to 10.7 per cent in December despite Northern Ireland seeing a rise from 13.5 per cent to 16 per cent, according to the office for the Deputy Prime Minister. The highest rates remain in the North East (20.5 per cent), Yorkshire and the Humber (18.8 per cent) and the North West (17.8 per cent) compared to 3 per cent in London.
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Citisolutions now has over 100 salespeople out on the road after registration and certification blunders led to the group having to ground 2,000 of its “introducers” last month.
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