Digital Loft: Harlow records highest yields in 10 years
Harlow in Essex has recorded the greatest average rise in property prices over the past 10 years outside of the capital, according to Digital Loft.
The data, which is collected from the Land Registry, shows that average property prices in Harlow rose by74.92% to £290,068 in the last decade.
Southend-on-Sea also in Essex followed, noting a 74.85% rise to £298,904, and Watford in Hertfordshire saw average property prices increase by 74.75% to £356,443 over the same time frame.
In contrast, Ards and North Down recorded a 7.73% drop in average property prices to £156,576 over the last 10 years.
Aberdeen and Inverclyde followed, noting 7.47% and 5.81% drop, to £146,910 and £102,979 respectively.
The data is based on the UK excluding London.