what causes house prices to rise in the UK market

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July 23, 2013

 

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Supply is relatively inelastic so that when the demand curve shifts out, the equilibrium market price will rise to P2. Demand-side factors affecting the housing market The demand for housing depends on many factors. The main factors are the cost of mortgage finance (including mortgage interest rates and credit availability), the real incomes of potential home-buyers and the general level of consumer confidence...
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The main factors are the cost of mortgage finance (including mortgage interest rates and credit availability), the real incomes of potential home-buyers and the general level of consumer confidence. In 1999-2001 the total demand for housing in the UK remained strong. A number of reasons explain this • Record levels of total employment and unemployment at a 20 year low • Low nominal mortgage interest rates with heavy competition among mortgage providers to sell low-cost fixed-rate mortgages • High levels of consumer confidence • Rising real incomes for those in work • An increase in household formation due to an ageing population, increasing numbers choosing to remain single and rising rates of divorce and separation • High levels of speculative demand for housing (for example a high level of foreign investment demand for property from overseas buyers in Greater London) Supply-side factors:- Limited supply in local markets can exaggerate house price movements • A shortage of good quality properties in many areas forcing up market values • Restrictions on the supply of building land particularly in the south-east where the demand for housing is strongest In the long run a high level of demand for housing leads to an expansion in house-building and an increase in the available market supply...
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