Land Registry announce the average London house price
According to the latest figures released by the Land Registry, the average price of a home in London sits at £499,997 and will continue to rise.
House prices in the North East fall on the opposite end of the scale, falling 0.3% from the previous year, meaning the average price in the region stands at a comparatively small £99,559.
The average price of property across England and Wales rose by 5.3%, the data discloses – the average price of a property valued at £186,553.
This year saw the fastest annual rise recorded in London at 9.6%, with prices between just August and September rising by 1.8%.
With a gap of £400,438 between London and the cheapest region, director of Property Partner, Rob Weaver, talks of the difficulties for people wishing to buy in London. He said: “That average prices in the capital are just a whisker off half a million pounds reinforces how buying in the capital has become a pipe dream for most first-time buyers.”
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