“In the north, the housing market is still very buoyant, with properties being sold within days of going on the market. We’re not seeing a slowdown of this trend.”
Housing data suggests many people are moving to the north, prompting house prices to grow in some northern regions.
Dale Anderson, MD of Fabrik Invest, told Express.co.uk: “The highest price growth we’ve seen has been in cities like Liverpool, where the latest Zoopla housing index shows a price increase of 8.9 percent this year to date, followed by Belfast at 7.7 percent and Manchester in third place at 7.4 percent growth this year.
“Sheffield, Nottingham and Leeds all follow, highlighting strong growth in the northern regions of the UK, compared to 5.4 percent average growth across the UK.”