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How The Premier League Has Boosted Property Prices: In Pictures

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/constructionandproperty/8698172/How-the-Premier-League-has-boosted-property-prices-in-pictures.html

Homeowners living close to Premier League football stadiums have seen the value of their properties rise by an average of more than £220,000 over the past 10 years. Here, we look at which teams have pushed up prices the most.

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Manchester City

Stadium Etihad

Year first opened/occupied 2003

Average house price in 2001 £20,376

Average house price in 2011 £91,703

Ten-year percentage change 350pc

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Aston Villa

Stadium Villa Park

Year first opened/occupied 1897

Average house price in 2001 £35,404

Average house price in 2011 £111,374

Ten-year percentage change 215pc

Excellent news for all of those living near a football stadium..

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Liverpool

Stadium Anfield

Year first opened/occupied 1884

Average house price in 2001 £30,263

Average house price in 2011 £70,461

Ten-year percentage change 133pc

Liverpool not done so well... However in % terms they've beaten Man U but not in cash terms. In fact they have just got to Man U 2001 levels in value terms.

Manchester United

Stadium Old Trafford

Year first opened/occupied 1910

Average house price in 2001 £70,860

Average house price in 2011 £143,144

Ten-year percentage change 102pc

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strange, I'd thought having 40 to 50 thousand ppl trudging up and down your street 25 times over 9 months would devalue it...

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Erm, the Citeh stadium is a brand new one on the (previously run-down) east side of Manchester. The house prices could only go up, they probably couldn't get any lower! It's more the redevelopment from the Commonwealth games (which the stadium was built for) that has pushed prices up. :rolleyes:

Lies, damn lies and statistics again.

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