Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Survey reveals seaside prices are up one third

HOUSE prices have increased by a third (32 per cent) across British seaside towns over

HOUSE prices have increased by a third (32 per cent) across British seaside towns over the past decade, according to the latest research from the Halifax.

The annual Halifax Seaside Town Review revealed average house prices have grown from £166,565 in 2006 to £219,386 in 2016 — equivalent to an average increase of £440 per month. In the South East, Brighton recorded the greatest increase in value — jumping from £214,863 to £341,235 over the decade.

However Sandbanks and Salcombe are still the highest-priced seaside towns.

And what if you can’t live by the sea? Riverside living is the next best thing. Welcome to Henley!





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