House prices forecast to rise by £35k in five years

UK house prices will go up by an average of £35,000 in the next five years, according to Savills. However, data from the estate agent suggested there will be large fluctuations across the country. The average value of a home in Britain is expected to rise 15.3%, but in some areas the increase will be as high as 24%, which is the case for the North West whilst in other parts of the country, such as in Greater London, they will rise by just 4%. The rises are forecast as concerns over the current political and economic uncertainty begin to subside.

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