In recent articles on the Fife property market, I have been talking a lot about house prices over the last 12 months and 5 years in Fife.
When it comes to newspapers talking about the property market, the headline most people look at is what is happening to house prices.
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With grocery, energy and other household prices/costs rising and hitting everyone’s back pocket, inflation (rising prices) may feel like an unimportant issue when it comes to the cost of keeping a roof over your head.
Yet nothing could be further from the truth for many Fife homeowners and Fife landlords.
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Fife house prices dropped by 1.8% last month, according to the Land Registry.
This means the annual rate of house price growth in Fife has eased to 8.7%, a little way off the 10.8% yearly rate experienced only a few months ago. Don’t get me wrong, this is still decent growth in local house prices in anyone’s eyes, yet the ‘pedal to the metal’ growth rates seen only a few months ago do appear to be easing.
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