House prices grow 3.3% in North East
North east England was the best-performing region in the UK, according to the latest research from Zoopla.
In the first six months of the year values in the north east have climbed an impressive 3.3%, adding on average £6,000 to the value of a home.
House prices drop 2.51% in South West
The impressive gains in the north east are in stark contrast to the South West of England where home values have fallen 2.51% so far this year, knocking an average of £7,716 of a typical home in the region.
Barrow-in-Furness – best performing town
Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria has come out as the best performing town in the UK with a massive 6.75% increase in home prices since the start of 2018. This equates to an average house price increase of £8,765 in just six months.
Regional value changes since Jan 2018
|Region||Jan value||July value||% change|
|North East England||£182321||£188351||+3.31%|
|South East England||£406066||£406206||+0.03%|
|East of England||£356572||£354972||-0.45%|
|North West England||£194779||£192614||-1.11%|
|Yorkshire and The Humber||£178805||£175022||-2.12%|
|South West England||£307839||£300123||-2.51%|
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