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Wandering Wolverhampton House Prices

Posted by: andrewlund


As the football season gets into full flow the league tables are beginning to take shape. The same goes for House Price statistics with figures now available for the first 6 months of the year. So how are Wolverhampton prices performing by historical standards? Courtesy of the Land Registry we have compiled the following table of achieved prices rounded to the nearest £1000.


  


Year

All

Det

Semi

Terr

Flat

2000

£55k

£105k

£56k

£40k

£40k

2007

£128k

£248k

£130k

£93k

£94k

2014

£100k

£191k

£101k

£72k

£73k


 


So if you bought in 2000 and are looking to sell then you are still sitting on a tidy profit. Those who bought at the 2007 peak are likely to be sitting on a loss. With such big discrepancies when it comes to housing equity maybe that explains why sales volumes remain frustratingly low by historical standards.


 


So how does Wolverhampton compare with London? Alas, London is in an entirely different league as the London centric media is only too keen to report!

Andrew Lund
Andrew Lund

Compliance Officer for Legal Practice

Andrew oversees the Firm’s Quality Systems and is committed to making sure that our client’s receive the very best customer care and attention along with the best marketing and legal advice in the area.

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