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Rightmove reports a  monthly rise of 0.7% (+£2,088) in the price of newly-marketed property matches the average for September since 2011, though the annual rise remains muted at 1.2%

The Autumn market has stronger momentum in areas with better affordability and sentiment, with Wales, East Midlands, West Midlands and Yorkshire & the Humber all recording average annual price rises of at least 4%.

After years of price falls in parts of London there are signs of renewed buyer activity at the upper end, with a 6% rise in number of sales agreed for homes of £750,000 and over compared to same month last year

Back to school’ season offers more choice for buyers, with a 16% jump in new properties coming to market in the first week of September compared to the average of the final three summer weeks