THE towns where house prices increased the most in 2020 have been revealed following a year of ups and downs due to coronavirus. The London district of Islington topped the table after average property prices jumped a whopping £85,918 (13.4%) from £642,004 to £727,922 in just 12 months. Outside London, the biggest mover was Leeds, which had the country’s second-fastest rise of 11.3% to an average of £247,116, according to research by Halifax. Next up, London’s Croydon came in third place after house prices grew by 10.9% to £397,538, having only risen by 1% last year. While Wolverhampton came fourth, with house prices up 9.5% to £217,837. The research from Halifax also found that, at the other end of the table, the average house price in Paisley, west of Glasgow, fell by 1.7% to £138,036. The best and worst towns for house price gains in 2020 THE Greater London area took nine of the top 20 places for house price rises in 2020. The top 20 towns Islington , Greater London – up 13.4% to £727,922 Leeds , Yorkshire & Humberside – up 11.3% to £247,116 Croydon , Greater London – up 10.9% to £397,538 Wolverhampton , West Midlands -… Read full this story
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