RICS data shows house prices to fall in the capital and the south-east next year and drop could spark nationwide fall.
Rightmove expects average house prices in England and Wales to grow at fastest pace in seven years in 2018.
House prices grow 3.9% in the year to November, as annual rate of growth drops for the first time since July.
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Bank of England lifted interest rates for the first time in a decade last week, bringing the benchmark to 0.5%.
Nationwide figures show UK house prices grew 2.5% year-on-year in October, up from 2.3% in September.
Figures released by Halifax show prices grew 4% year-on-year in the quarter to September on the back of a shortage of properties.
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RICS survey shows steady growth in most regions, but London and the South East suffer slowdown.
New report shows house prices recorded the first quarterly increase since March in the three months to August.
Nationwide figures show house prices declined 0.1% month-on-month in August after two consecutive months of growth.
Hometrack survey shows market is picking up pace again as house prices in the capital rose 2.8% last month.
Nationwide says house prices in London grew 1.2% in the second quarter, making it Britain's second-worst performing region.