Monday, Nov 23, 2009

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BBC Business: House prices 'raised by good primary schools'

Homes near the best performing primary schools in England can cost £19,500 more than identical properties elsewhere, research has found. A 10% increase in the local primary's Sats pass rate can add an average of £5,860 to the value of nearby homes, Nationwide Building Society said. The biggest premium was seen in Yorkshire and Humberside. However, a loft conversion or extra bedroom would still add far more value to the typical home, the lender said.

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1. paul said...

Only the BBC could pounce on a story like this.

Monday, November 23, 2009 07:12PM Report Comment
 

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