Average house price in England could reach close to £1 million by 2037

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Residential property prices in England could average over £300,000 in the next decade if they rise as much as they have in the last 10 years, new research shows. In London they would rise to over £800,000 and in the South East of England the average would be over £445,000, according to the study from […] The post Average house price in England could reach close to £1 million by 2037 appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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