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Our House Price Index (HPI) is recognised as an official statistic. Using our dataset of completed sales, it is the only index based on repeat sales.
The HPI figure we publish each month compares the average house price today to what it was in January 1995, with the index set then at 100. It includes figures at national, regional, county and London borough level.
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The June data shows an average house price in England & Wales of £172,011, compared with a peak of £181,466 in November 2007. London experienced the highest annual increase in average property value with a movement of 16.4 per cent. The North East experienced the lowest annual price growth of 0.8 per cent.
Download the June 2014 HPI statistical report (PDF, 652 KB), which shows headline statistics, average price changes by area, sales volumes and repossession volumes.
June market trend data from Land Registry (28 July 2014)