Monday, June 11, 2012

Lloyds TSB tracks house price changes in 32 areas of outstanding natural beauty in England

Picturesque house prices up £110k in last decade

Homeowners in some of the most picturesque locations in England have seen their property value increaise by more than £900 a month over the last 10 years, according to Lloyds TSB. The average house price in postal districts within the 32 areas of outstanding natural beauty in England surveyed have risen by 87 per cent (£109,355) over the last decade from £125,860 in 2002 to £235,215 in 2012. This is equivalent to a monthly increase of £911.

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One thought on “Lloyds TSB tracks house price changes in 32 areas of outstanding natural beauty in England

  • Biased report. It does not compare the rise with general rise in house prices in all areas over the same time period.

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