The UK is the world’s third biggest home market, with more than 5,000 different categories.
The top selling item in each category is the sofa, which is the most popular item in the UK, with a market share of 25%.
The second most popular is the dining table, with 5% of the market share.
The third most popular, the bedroom, comes in at fifth with 7%.
These are the three biggest markets in the world, and the UK is no exception.
The country is home to a huge range of different types of homes, from big city houses to the humble cottage.
But where to buy?
Some of the best homes for sale in the country are in the countryside.
There are a range of prices, depending on the type of home and whether it is a small house, studio or semi-detached.
For example, a single-bedroom home in the South Downs could sell for £600,000, while a home in East Kilbride could fetch £800,000.
These prices are based on a range which includes a large number of potential buyers.
Some homes are sold at auction, but some are owned by individuals.
A small house with a garage, and a small cottage in the North Downs could go for £1.4m in a private sale.
The biggest single market in the entire country is the Midlands, which has a combined population of nearly 13 million.
Here, the prices for the best properties range from a couple of hundred thousand pounds for a modest one-bedroom cottage, to a £30m home in a hilltop suburb.
The most expensive home in Wales is located in the Borders, but there are several other areas where the prices are cheaper, with many selling for between £10 and £20m.
Where to buy: Where to live?
The UK’s housing market is still fairly young.
With the UK’s population forecast to reach nearly 100 million by 2036, the UK has a large housing stock.
A typical home in most areas costs between £400,000 and £1m.
There is also a great selection of smaller houses for sale.
A couple of big UK cities are home to the country’s largest numbers of homebuyers.
In London, there are a number of big markets including Barking and Dagenham, Tower Hamlets, Kensington and Chelsea and Canary Wharf.
The UK also has one of the highest housing prices in the European Union, with the average asking price in London being £1,400,769.
Where you can live in the area The cost of living in the capital is often among the highest in the EU, especially in the most deprived areas.
The average rent for a three-bedroom flat in London is £1.,200 per month.
The median monthly rent in the city is £700.
The highest average rent in London in the region is £3,200, according to the Office for National Statistics.
However, there is a range, with rents in the poorer boroughs around the capital, such as Battersea, which averages £2,000 a month.
These areas are popular for the cheapest property.
In the South East, prices can range from as low as £1 per square metre for a single family home to as high as £14,000 per square metres.
Some areas have higher average prices, such a the North East and the West Midlands, where the average rent is around £2 per square meter.
The cost and availability of housing in the Capital can be confusing, with housing shortages and rents being a major problem.
Some people will find the price of their next home easier to deal with if they live closer to work, where they have more opportunities to buy.
Other people may find it harder to move to a new area, with new prices and prices being set higher than they would have been before the recession.
However there are some areas where prices are relatively cheap, especially for the larger, wealthier areas.
Some of these areas are: London (average rent of £3.75 per square foot)