An Essex postcode has been ranked as one of the most valuable for home selling prices outside of London.
Research by a national estate agent, Keller Williams UK, analyzed the selling prices in the market in England and Wales since the start of the year and found that so far a market fueled by Stamp duty saw residential property sales reach £ 68.8 billion in value.
As part of the research, they showed the major postcodes for the highest value of properties sold so far in 2021 in England and Wales – with £ 68.8 billion of properties sold so far. now this year.
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As most people would expect, across the UK the top 10 most valuable property postcodes were inside London, but removing the capital from the image, a postcode of Essex also makes the list.
Southend’s SS9 postcode, which covers the Leigh-on-Sea area in Southend-on-sea, has been ranked the eighth most valuable property postcode.
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Elsewhere in the list, Brighton and Hove’s BN3 postcode ranked eighth in the whole of the UK, including London, but first for properties outside the capital.
Two other Brighton and Hove postal codes were also on the list.
Meanwhile, the postcodes of Windsor and Maidenhead, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, New Forest, Manchester, Bath and Horsham were also in the top ten outside of London.
Keller Williams UK CEO Ben Taylor said: “Despite London having had a somewhat sluggish performance in terms of property price growth over the past year, it is still home to the majority of major postcodes. in terms of the highest value of homes sold. away this year.
“However, as the capital continues to dominate the headlines, the UK property market is far from a one-ride pony. When looking outside the M25, there is a range of high performing areas spanning the length and breadth of the UK and it will be interesting to see which postcodes remain the most valuable by the end of the year. “
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