Top 20 House Price Hotspots of 2017

16th January 2018 / in Mortgages / by Neil Carruthers

[av_image src=’https://supercontractors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Top20HousePriceHotspots-1.png’ attachment=’24353′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’][/av_image] [av_heading tag=’h1′ padding=’10’ heading=’Top 20 House Price Hotspots of 2017′ color=” style=” custom_font=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ custom_class=”][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] According to new research from Halifax, Cheltenham tops the 2017 house price rise table. It saw the highest percentage rise in house prices of any major town or city in the UK, coming in at almost 5 times the 2.7% increase in the UK as a whole.

Fifteen of the top 20 house price performers are in London and southern England. These include Crawley (10.4%), Newham (10.2%), Peterborough (10.1%), Gloucester (9.5%) and Exeter (9.1%).

View the table below for the top 20 UK house prices in 2017.

[/av_textblock] [av_table purpose=’tabular’ pricing_table_design=’avia_pricing_default’ pricing_hidden_cells=’avia_show_empty_cells’ caption=’Source: Halifax, Cheltenham tops the table of 2017 house price winners, January 2018′ responsive_styling=’avia_responsive_table’] [av_row row_style=’avia-heading-row’][av_cell col_style=”]Town/Area[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Average House Price £ (2016)*[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Average House Price £ (2017)*[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Change (£)[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Change (%)[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Cheltenham[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]277,118[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]313,150 [/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]36,033 [/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]13.0%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Bournemouth[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]245,099[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]273,687[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]28,587[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]11.7%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Brighton[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]336,374[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]374,662[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]38,289[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]11.4%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Crawley[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]293,105[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]323,660[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]30,555[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]10.4%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Newham[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]365,438[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]402,781[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]37,344[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]10.2%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Peterborough[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]200,309[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]220,623[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]20,314[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]10.1%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Gloucester[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]211,429[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]231,581[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]20,152[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]9.5%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Huddersfield[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]171,007[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]186,988 [/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]15,981[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]9.3%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Exeter[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]251,085[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]273,874[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]22,789[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]9.1%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Nottingham[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]177,513[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]193,397[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]15,884[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]8.9%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Gravesend[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]287,544[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]312,940[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]25,396[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]8.8%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Lincoln[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]179,669[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]194,723[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]15,053[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]8.4%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Stockport[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]217,410[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]235,147[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]17,736[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]8.2%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Swindon[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]214,633[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]231,316[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]16,683[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.8%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Redbridge[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]441,167[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]475,148[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]33,981[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.7%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Swansea[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]153,121[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]164,895 [/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]11,774[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.7%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Barnet[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]542,353[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]584,049[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]41,697[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.7%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Richmond upon Thames[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]600,648[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]646,112[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]45,463[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.6%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Portsmouth[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]207,196[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]222,704[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]15,508[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.5%[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Grays

[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]270,277[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]290,422[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]20,145[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7.5%[/av_cell][/av_row] [/av_table] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Speak to our expert contractor mortgage and protection advisers at Super Contractors. Freephone 0800 211 8700 or fill in our online enquiry form.

[/av_textblock] [av_hr class=’short’ height=’50’ shadow=’no-shadow’ position=’center’ custom_border=’av-border-thin’ custom_width=’50px’ custom_border_color=” custom_margin_top=’30px’ custom_margin_bottom=’30px’ icon_select=’yes’ custom_icon_color=” icon=’ue808′ font=’entypo-fontello’] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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