Nationwide's House Price Index

As well as the world's largest building society, we are also one of UK's largest mortgage providers. We have the longest unbroken run of house price data, stretching back to 1952 on a quarterly basis and 1991 on a monthly basis. Here you can access our monthly and quarterly house price reports, special features and download data series. You can also use the house price calculator to get an indication of how much your property is worth based on price movements in your region.

Our latest house price index reports

Modest pick-up in house price growth in Januarynew

  • Annual house price growth edged up to 1.9%
  • 0.5% rise month-on-month, after taking account of seasonal factors

Annual house price growth of 1.4% in 2019

  • Prices rose 0.1% in December, after taking account of seasonal factors
  • Annual price declines persist in London and the Outer South East
  • Raising a deposit remains key challenge for prospective first time buyers

2010s weakest decade for house price growth since 1990s but affordability metrics present a mixed picturenew

  • House prices up 33% in 10s vs 180% in 80s
  • London top performer in 2010s with house prices rising twice as fast as UK average
  • Low interest rates have helped support affordability through the decade
  • High house price to earnings ratio make deposit a major barrier for first time buyers

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The Nationwide House Price Indices are prepared from information that we believe is collated with care, but no representation is made as to their accuracy or completeness. We reserve the right to vary our methodology and to edit or discontinue the indices at any time, for regulatory or other reasons.

Persons seeking to place reliance on the Indices for any purpose whatsoever do so at their own risk and should be aware that various factors, including external factors beyond Nationwide Building Society’s control might necessitate material changes to the Indices.

The Nationwide House Price Indices may not be used for commercial purposes including as a reference for: 1) determining the interest payable, or other sums due, under loan agreements or other contracts relating to investments 2) determining the price at which investments may be bought or sold or the value of investments or 3) measuring the performance of investments.

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The application of the IOSCO Principles on financial benchmarks to the NHPI is more fully set out in our statement regarding IOSCO Principles. Nationwide considers that its arrangements for administration of the NHPI comply with the IOSCO Principles in a proportionate manner having regard to the nature of the index.

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