These are the 10 UK towns and cities where property values have increased the most

UK residents stay in a property for 23 years on average, with house prices typically gaining £96,976 in value during this period, according to research.

Monday, 18th January 2021, 3:07 pm
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Ocean Finance analysed house prices in 50 of the UK’s largest cities and towns and compared the findings to prices 20 years ago, finding the average home has increased 78 per cent in value. Listed are the 10 UK areas which have seen the biggest rise in value since 2000.

Average house price in 2000: £73,910. Average house price in 2020: £179,537. Percentage value change: 143
Average house price in 2000: £82,118. Average house price in 2020: £190,440. Percentage value change: 132
Average house price in 2000: £132,239. Average house price in 2020: £287,173. Percentage value change: 117
Average house price in 2000: £364,366. Average house price in 2020: £786,760. Percentage value change: 116
Average house price in 2000: £137,742. Average house price in 2020: £1786,760. Percentage value change: 112
Average house price in 2000: £57,730. Average house price in 2020: £116,876. Percentage value change: 102
Average house price in 2000: £224,041. Average house price in 2020: £450,823. Percentage value change: 101
Average house price in 2000: £187,862. Average house price in 2020: £372,694. Percentage value change: 98
Average house price in 2000: £82,930. Average house price in 2020: £162,776. Percentage value change: 96
Average house price in 2000: £97,102. Average house price in 2020: £189,933. Percentage value change: 95