The North East has come out of the latest Lloyds Bank Affordable Cities Review as one of the best regions for buyers.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that government scheme Help to Buy will be extended until 2020 and will support the construction of 120,000 new homes.
First-time buyers are beginning to dominate the market, as 29 per cent of all home sales in February were made to Brits purchasing their very first home,
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have put the average price of homes in the North East at £147,000, theguardian.com reports.
Properties in the North are now worth 5.9 per cent more than they were compared with the same period last year, new figures show.
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Each surveyor in the North East sold an average of 19 homes during the last quarter, new data reveals.
The North-East is continuing to avoid the housing bubble that is hitting the southern regions of the UK.
People living in the North East can expect to pay less than any other English region to move house, a new report reveals.