The average value of a home in Britain was just £66,110 in 1995, but has climbed to £262,847, according to the research by estate agents Savills. It means prices have risen £200,000 or the equivalent of £10,000 a year.
There are significant regional variations, with the top five areas seeing values increase a massive 538 per cent surge in the past 20 years, from £108,032 to £689,649.
By contrast, the bottom five areas saw House Prices rise by 148 per cent during the same period, from £46,819 in 1995 to £119,954 to 2015.
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Source: Daily Mail
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