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House Price Stats For Small Areas In Eng & Wales 1995 - 2014

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Has anyone else had a look through this from the ONS

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/regional-analysis/house-price-statistics-for-small-areas/1995-2014/stb1.html

Main findings
  • In 2014, the local authority with the largest median house price was Kensington and Chelsea at £1,195,000.
  • In 2014, the local authority with the smallest median house price was Blaenau Gwent at £75,000.
  • The local authority that had the largest increase in median house price between 2013 and 2014 is South Bucks increasing by 23% from £390,000 to £480,000.
  • The local authority that had the largest decrease in median house price between 2013 and 2014 is Isles of Scilly decreasing by 15% from £275,000 to £235,000.

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Has anyone else had a look through this from the ONS

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/regional-analysis/house-price-statistics-for-small-areas/1995-2014/stb1.html

Main findings
  • In 2014, the local authority with the largest median house price was Kensington and Chelsea at £1,195,000.
  • In 2014, the local authority with the smallest median house price was Blaenau Gwent at £75,000.
  • The local authority that had the largest increase in median house price between 2013 and 2014 is South Bucks increasing by 23% from £390,000 to £480,000.
  • The local authority that had the largest decrease in median house price between 2013 and 2014 is Isles of Scilly decreasing by 15% from £275,000 to £235,000.

Who needs stats when you can just look at the insane asking prices and you know the market is going to collapse.

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