Property Sales Data Maps – June 2019

The property sales data maps report for June 2019 has the following key points:-

  • Greater London has the highest number of total properties sold in the UK with a considerable number of properties being terraced and flats/maisonettes. Unsurprisingly Greater London also has the highest average property price
  • For new build properties, Northumberland and Oxfordshire top the list with 25.25% and 24.34% respectively
  • West Yorkshire is the highest ranked county for different property types sold. Whereas, Rutland is the lowest ranked county. Both these counties have continued to perform at opposite ends of the scale for the past 6 months. However, we also need to take into consideration that Rutland is a very small County and as such will sell less properties than most in the UK.

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Property Sales Data Maps – May 2019

The property sales data maps report for May 2019 has the following key points:-

  • Greater London has the highest number of total properties sold in the UK with a considerable number of properties being terraced and flats/maisonettes. Unsurprisingly Greater London also has the highest average property price
  • For new build properties, Monmouthshire and Warwickshire top the list with 23.38% and 20.66% respectively
  • Greater Manchester is the highest ranked county for different property types sold. Whereas, Rutland is the lowest ranked county. Both these counties have continued to perform at opposite ends of the scale for the past 6 months. However, we also need to take into consideration that Rutland is a very small County and as such will sell less properties than most in the UK.

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Property Sales Data Maps – April 2019

The property sales data maps report for April 2019 has the following key points:-

  • Greater London has the highest number of total properties sold in the UK with a considerable number of properties being terraced and flats/maisonettes. Unsurprisingly Greater London also has the highest average property price
  • For new build properties, Torfaen and Rutland surprisingly top the list with 25% and 23.08% respectively
  • Greater Manchester is the highest ranked county for different property types sold. Whereas, Rutland is the lowest ranked county. Both these counties have continued to perform at opposite ends of the scale for the past 6 months

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Property Sales Data Maps – March 2019

The property sales data maps report for March 2019 has the following key points:-

  • Greater London has the highest number of total properties sold in the UK with a considerable number of properties being terraced and flats/maisonettes. Unsurprisingly Greater London also has the highest average property price
  • For new build properties, Northumberland and Oxfordshire continue to dominate the top two positions
  • Greater Manchester is the highest ranked county for different property types sold. Whereas, Rutland is the lowest ranked county. Both these counties have continued to perform at opposite ends of the scale for the past 6 months

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Property Sales Data Maps – February 2019

The property sales data maps report for February 2019 has the following key points:-

  • Greater London has the highest number of total properties sold in the UK with a considerable number of properties being terraced and flats/maisonettes. Unsurprisingly Greater London also has the highest average property price
  • For new build properties, Oxfordshire has the highest number sold for the second time in the last six months. Closely followed by Rutland and Northumberland
  • Greater Manchester is the highest ranked county for different property types sold. Whereas, Merthyr Tydfil is the lowest ranked county

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