Current average house prices

These are the current average house prices followed by the change in percentage and cash terms over the past decade, according to Zoopla:

 

  • Aberdeen, £158,945, minus 0.7%, minus £1,164

 

  • Belfast £137,987, minus 3.4%, minus £4,896

 

  • Birmingham, £167,624, 43.1%, £50,520

 

  • Bournemouth, £291,023, 44.5%, £89,576

 

  • Bristol, £285,564, 67.7%, £115,243

 

  • Cambridge, £416,932, 67.4%, £167,808

 

  • Cardiff, £211,088, 38.1%, £58,263

 

  • Edinburgh, £240,408, 34.5%, £61,693

 

  • Glasgow, £123,577, 15.0%, £16,087

 

  • Leeds, £168,595, 31.3%, £40,155

 

  • Leicester, £180,137, 48.5%, £58,870

 

  • Liverpool, £121,858, 17.2%, £17,872

 

  • London, £478,982, 74.4%,£204,371

 

  • Manchester, £173,396, 43.8%, £52,774

 

  • Newcastle, £129,650, 15.6%, £17,502

 

  • Nottingham, £157,752, 43.6%, £47,895

 

  • Oxford, £411,473, 56.3%, £148,235

 

  • Portsmouth, £239,621, 46.2%, £75,773

 

  • Sheffield, £139,321, 27.1%, £29,681

 

  • Southampton, £227,980, 42.2%, £67,706

 

  • Average across all 20 cities, £257,198, 53.8%, £89,987

 

  • Average across whole of UK, £219,986, 39.4%, £62,218

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