Britons are becoming increasingly confident in the outlook for the housing market, according to the latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker.
Some 39 per cent of people polled have predicted that house prices will increase over the next year, almost double the 20 per cent of people who believe house prices will fall. This is the most positive view since the lender began measuring consumer confidence in the housing market 12 months ago.
Londoners remain the most confident about the outlook for the housing market, but households in the North East of England are feeling the least positive, the research shows.
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