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Harlow in Essex leads the way on 10-year house price growth

In the past decade Harlow in Essex has recorded the highest house price growth, CashLady analysis of Land Registry data has found.

Over the period prices have risen by 74.92% in Harlow, followed by Southend-on-Sea (74.85%), Watford (74.75%), Thurrock (73.20%) and Cambridge (73.03%).

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In December 2019 prices in Harlow averaged at £290,068, up from £165,829 a decade before.

If prices continued to rise at the same rate they would reach £507,387 by 2030.

At the other end of the spectrum Aards and North Down in Northern Ireland saw prices fall by 7.73% in 10 years, followed by Aberdeen (-7.47%), Inverclyde (-5.81%) Mid and East Antrim (-5.32%) and County Durham (-5.18%).

BY RYAN BEMBRIDGE

Source: Property Wire