According to property website Zoopla, 484,081 flats and houses in Britain are now worth over a million pounds, a rise of more than 50% on last year’s figure of 300,142. Additionally there are around 10,000 streets in the UK where the average property costs over a million pounds, 3,744 of which are in London.
London Borough of Haringey, where White Hart Lane is located enjoys fastest rise in house prices of any location in football’s Premier League. The 32% rise in prices in Haringey over the past year means the average house in the borough now costs £513,435. In joint second place were Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, which both lie in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Over the past two years, property price rises in the 14 postal districts closest to the London’s Olympic Park have outstripped both those of London and England and Wales as a whole. From March 2012 to March this year, the average house price in these districts rose 23%, from £272,750 to £334,123. This compares with […]
Prices in the Irish capital increase by 12.5% in the year to June. This represents a substantial increase on the 1.2% rise in values in the year to June 2013. When looking at residential property prices, the increase in the year to June 2014 is even more impressive, at 23.9%. However, the main reason for […]
In its 2014 report, Spotlight: UK Student Housing, leading estate agency Savills has revealed that £5 billion has been invested in student housing over the past 2 years, with a further £2.5 billion worth of transactions to follow this year.