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East Midlands sees better than average house price growth
Thursday 23 Mar 2017 Author: Lisa-Marie Janes

Average house prices jumped by 2.1% in the East Midlands during March, surpassing £200,000 for the first time according to Rightmove.

The region exceeds general price growth of 1.3%, outpacing cheaper properties in the North and the more expensive commuter belt in the South of England.

In bad news for property owners looking to sell, annual growth in house prices for the UK as a whole is only 2.3% compared to 7.6% in March 2016 as the heat comes out of the market.

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