For some, this could well be true. Newly released data has revealed that that house prices in 92 areas of Britain have climbed by more than the average net annual salary in the last year – an unusual trend that is stretching far beyond the south.

Research by estate agent comparison site,, analysed the latest house price data from the Land Registry and found that since last year, house prices are up by £20,162. With the average net annual income sitting at £25,246 across Britain, this means the average property has made the equivalent of 80% of the average salary.


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