UK House Price Index
Use the search tool to find house price trends in the UK:
As of January 2017 the average house price in the UK is £218,255, and the index stands at 114.47. Property prices have risen by 0.8% compared to the previous month, and risen by 6.2% compared to the previous year.
About the House Price Index
The UK House Price Index (HPI) uses house sales data from Land Registry, Registers of Scotland, and Land and Property Services Northern Ireland and is calculated by the Office of National Statistics. The index applies a statistical method, called a hedonic regression model, to the various sources of data on property price and attributes to produce estimates of the change in house prices each period.
The index is published monthly, with Northern Ireland figures updated quarterly.
Downloading House Price Index Data
Using the search tool you can identify a specific subset of house price index data you're interested in, and then download it. Alternatively, you can download all of the data in comma-separated (CSV) format.
UK House Price Index Linked-Data
To try out your own queries against our linked-data publications, use the SPARQL query form. We have included some example queries with the form, and you can generate output in a variety of different formats.
If you want to see, and run, the SPARQL query that is used to generate the report
created in the search tool, use the
show SPARQL query button.
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