There has always been a North South divide in property prices across the UK with London homes costing more than double the national average.
Recently released Land Registry figures paint a picture of a property market that is generally stagnating outside of London. House prices have moved in tight range since November 2009 and are at the same level as they were in April 2006.
The above map shows a depiction of the general winners and losers in current house values by area.
This variation in House prices is also particularly evident in BISF house values with homes in London and surrounding areas frequently reaching values of £350.000 whilst similar properties further North command far lower prices.
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