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The political and economic uncertainty is out of sellers' control, but they are in control of their asking prices, and in general they are not being overly ambitious or setting too high an asking price.
Despite falls in Wales and London, the North-East of England and Yorkshire and the Humber bucked the trend, with asking prices there increasing month on month, by 0.
Rightmove director Miles Shipside said: "Whilst all-time high asking prices or economic and political uncertainty could be deterrents to would-be home buyers, this month shows another strong set of figures.
3% of properties for sale have had their asking price reduced, with an average discount of PS57,323.
Rightmove's figures, which cover England and Wales, show UK sellers are now demanding PS289,452 on average - PS19,975 higher than the typical asking price last December.
The North was the only region where sellers' asking prices were down year-on-year, with a 0.
A Trulia Trends report written by Trulia Chief Economist Jed Kolko noted, "Four metros have seen asking prices jump more than 25 percent year-over-year: Las Vegas; Sacramento, Oakland and Riverside-San Bernardino [California].
Property website Rightmove reported today that the average property asking price now stands at GBP246,235, with relatively few homes being offered for sale.
Greater competition to attract buyers amid "muted demand" has prompted the largest July fall since 2008 when asking prices fell 1.
Property website Rightmove said average property asking prices fell by nearly Au7,000 to Au222,410 in the four weeks to December 4, the biggest December fall since the 3.
In most areas, overall discounts are within 10 percent of the asking price.
The narrowing negotiability factor can be attributed to the increasing ability of high-end properties to attain their asking price.