EU exit boosts house prices: Owners across whole country see big rises after Referendum

22 Jul

How house prices have grown across the UK’s major cities in the year to June.

Bristol, £253,400, 14.7 per cent


London, £476,800, 13.7 per cent

Cambridge, £411,800, 11.5 per cent

Southampton, £214,600, 9.7 per cent

Portsmouth, £215,700, 9.3 per cent

Manchester, £147,400, 9.0 per cent

Oxford, £407,800, 8.7 per cent

Birmingham, £143,300, 8.3 per cent

Bournemouth, £265,000, 8.0 per cent

Nottingham, £137,800, 7.8 per cent

Leeds, £151,800, 7.6 per cent

Leicester, £151,800, 7.5 per cent

Cardiff, £188,700, 6.8 per cent

Liverpool, £112,200, 6.1 per cent

Sheffield, £128,800, 4.3 per cent

Glasgow, £113,400, 3.7 per cent

Newcastle, £126,400, 3.6 per cent

Edinburgh, £203,500, 3.2 per cent

Belfast, £122,700, 2.6 per cent

Aberdeen, £179,900, minus 8.2 per cent

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