Average asking price for a house tops £250,000

1 min Read Published: 24 Feb 2014

It's been a while since we've taken a snapshot look at where house prices are at, by region and house type.

The Rightmove House Price Index has been published for February which shows the latest trends in the  asking price of properties on their site. The Rightmove House Price Index is one of a number of house price indices which are published, each with their own methodology. I cover this in more details in our post 'Should we really care about house price indices?'.

Average asking price for a house is now over £250,000

The infographic below summarises Rightmove's latest findings on house price trends. Perhaps the most startling is that the average price is now over £250,000 (although admittedly inflated by the South East

Latest Asking Price trends on Rightmove

average asking price for a house

[Source: Rightmove Property Portal]

(feature image by Images_of_Money via Flickr)

 

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