UK average house prices saw a slight monthly increase (0.9%) in the month to May 2021 to £255,000, nearly returning to the record UK average house price seen in March 2021 (£256,000), after dipping slightly in April 2021.
UK average house prices increased by 10.0% over the year to May 2021, up from 9.6% in April 2021.
Average house prices increased over the year in England to £271,000 (9.7%), in Wales to £184,000 (13.3%), in Scotland to £171,000 (12.1%) and in Northern Ireland to £149,000 (6.0%).
The median price paid for residential properties in Lower-layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in England ranged from £24,000 (within Hartlepool) to £5,800,000 (within Westminster) in the year ending December 2020.
The median price paid for residential properties in LSOAs in Wales ranged from £46,250 (within Rhondda Cynon Taf) to £600,000 (within Cardiff) in the year ending December 2020.
The number of residential property sales in England fell by 21.7% to 619,518 between the year ending December 2019 and the year ending December 2020; the number of residential property sales in Wales fell by 28.7% to 32,469 over the same period.
The updated proposed development plan for private rental price statistics outlines the priorities, aims and methodology under development. A broad timeline is included to provide users of private rental price statistics with a greater understanding of the planned development work.
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A brief overview of average (median) house prices using estimates from the sale prices of residential properties in England and Wales between 1995 and 2013. We look at the trends and features of average house prices paid over this period for 3 different geographies: local authorities, parliamentary constituencies and middle layer super output areas (MSOAs).
A range of data sources on housing presenting 14 housing summary measures, which provide an overview of the availability and affordability of privately-owned and social housing for local authorities in England and Wales.