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The lowest house prices in the UK are now in the North East of England and Cumbria, according to the Nationwide.

Previously Northern Ireland had the cheapest homes in the country.

But while prices have been rising in Northern Ireland and Scotland, the North saw prices fall by 1% over the last year.

Prices in the UK overall rose by 5.1% in the year to June, up from 4.7% last month. The figures do not yet reflect the result of the EU referendum.

Between June and May prices rose by 0.2%, the Nationwide said, lifting the average property price to £204,968.

"Ultimately conditions in the housing market will be determined by conditions in the wider economy, especially the labour market," said Robert Gardner, Nationwide's chief economist.

"It is too early to assess the impact of the referendum vote on the economy."

Please call my Chorlton office on 0161 882 2233 if you wish to book a viewing on one of our fantastic properties, or if you wish to book a FREE market appraisal on your property.

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