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Just Because The National Average Prices Has, For Example, Risen By 0.5%

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Are you a fortunate winner living in a area of house price increases. :o

While national house prices might make for interesting reading, they mean very little to the typical homeowner.

Just because the national average prices has, for example, risen by 0.5%, doesn't mean that prices in your area have risen by a similar amount - or at all, for that matter.

So we asked property website Zoopla to look at how house prices have fared in various counties across the UK in a bid to find out what's happened to prices over the past three months.

The results were staggering. While some regions are enjoying significant growth, others show no sign of being able to halt the property slide.

Here, we take a look at the five best - and worst - performing property markets, starting with the fortunate winners.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?

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      • Even
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