House prices in Dorset rose by an average of more than £100 in the month of July, according to figures from the Land Registry.
The latest data from the government department reveals that in July 2022 average house prices in Dorset reached £360,661.
This figure was up from £360,475 in June, representing an increase of 0.1%. Over the past 12 months, it has increased by 15.5%.
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Breaking it down for specific housing types, some prices saw a decline despite the overall rise.
- Individual houses – Up to £537,078 from £537,622 in June
- Semi-detached houses – Up to £353,733 from £352,657 in June
- Terraced houses – Up to £283,098 from £282,583 in June
- Apartments – Up to £191,862 from £191,831 in June
Even comparing Dorset to the picture across the UK, the area is above the UK average with typical property value in the country reaching £292,118 in July.
In cash terms, the average house price in July was £39,157 higher than the previous year, with house price growth accelerating to 15.5% in July 2022. Prices rose by 2 .0% month-on-month.
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