House prices in Brighton and Hove rose by an average of over £8,000 in July, according to figures from the Land Registry.
The latest Government Department data shows that average house prices in Brighton and Hove hit £441,177 in July 2022.
This was up from £433,101 in June, an increase of over 1.9 per cent. In the last 12 months it has increased by 12.8 percent.
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Broken down by apartment type, all prices rose.
- detached houses – Up to £865,434 from £853,549 in June
- terraced houses – Up to £559,842 from £549,760 in June
- terraced houses – Up to £497,764 from £487,761 in June
- Apartments – Up to £338,082 from £331,833 in June
Even comparing Brighton and Hove to the UK picture, the area is well above the UK average, with typical property values across the countries hitting £292,118 in July.
In cash terms, the average house price in July was £39,157 higher than a year earlier, with house price growth accelerating to 15.5 per cent in July 2022. Prices rose 2.0 percent month-on-month.
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The map above can show which areas of Brighton and Hove are the most expensive for average property prices.
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