East Midlands enjoys strongest regional growth in 2020 property boom

Holly Williams, PA Deputy City Editor
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Here are average house prices across the UK across the fourth quarter of 2020 according to Nationwide Building Society, followed by the year-on-year change:

– East Midlands, £200,951, 8.6%

– Outer South East (includes Brighton and Hove, central Bedfordshire,
Oxfordshire, Portsmouth and Southampton), £296,291, 8.0%

– North West, £176,925, 8.0%

– Yorkshire and the Humber, £172,326, 7.7%

– West Midlands, £207,603, 7.5%

– Wales, £169,846, 6.6%

– South West, £264,512, 6.6%

– North, £137,531, 6.5%

– East Anglia, £242,804, 6.4%

– London, £486,562, 6.2%

– Northern Ireland, £149,382, 5.9%

– Outer Metropolitan (includes central/west Kent, north/east/west Surrey, Hertfordshire, south Buckinghamshire and Chilterns and south Essex), £377,677, 5.6%

– Scotland, £156,768, 3.2%