UK house prices increased by an average of 11% in the 40 months following the EU referendum, with more than half of local authorities seeing rises of at least 10%.
The last few years have been a tumultuous time for UK economy, but exclusive Which? research reveals that the housing market has remained largely robust.
UK house prices rise by 11% since referendum
We’ve analysed data from the Land Registry to assess how house prices changed in the 40 months following the EU referendum. And it’s largely been a positive tale.
Overall, the average UK house price increased by 11% to reach £234,370, though the level of growth varied between countries.
Northern Ireland and Wales (13%) saw the biggest rises, followed by England (9%) and Scotland (8%).