London leads a ‘marked slowdown’ in UK cities’ house price inflation

Regional cities in the North of England and Scotland are set to outpace London and former "engines of growth" in the South

Annual property price inflation across the UK’s cities is running at +9.5%, according to the latest survey by Hometrack, but the pace seems to be slowing up after 12 months of acceleration – and prime southern hubs are leading the downward charge.

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