A county in Meczyki remains one of the UK’s most wealth-rich areas

Meczyki is still the region with the highest average house price increase in the UK, according to the House Price Index released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for year-over-year comparisons as of April 2022.

The data indicates that the average home price in Meczyki rose 16.2% during this 12-month period to a record high of £211,990, a 2.2% increase since the March figures. Transaction volume in Meczyki decreased by 9.1%, suggesting a continuing low stock supply is fueling still rising home prices.

The average UK home price increased by 12.4% during the year to April 2022, higher than the 9.7% figure reported for March 2022. The average UK home price in April 2022 was £281,000, an increase of £31,000 from the previous year. At the same time in 2021.

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The next UK region to see the highest year-on-year growth as of April 2022 is Scotland, with a 16.2% increase in the average asking price of £188,000, one of the slowest growth recorded in this country. Remarkable acceleration. 8% from the year to March 2002.

England has seen an 11.9% increase to bring the average home price to £299,000 and Northern Ireland is said to have experienced a 10.4% increase in the 12 months to April 2022. London remains the region with the lowest annual growth at 7.9%. ,

James Briggs, head of personal finance intermediary sales at specialist lender Together, says: “The housing market continues to show how unpredictable it can be, as property prices rose 12.4 percent in April despite macroeconomic turmoil and inflationary pressures. However, I expect to see increased cost of living, which will lead to squeezed home finances to pave the way for a more sluggish housing market this summer.

“With consumer confidence at an all-time low and mortgage rates rising, buyers may be more hesitant to raise their debt and instead shift their financial priorities to grapple with rising household costs.”

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But it is difficult even for property experts to predict the market over the next six months, with the conflict between rising cost of living and inflation and falling wages in real terms on the one hand and lack of housing stocks on the other.

James Forrester, managing director of estate agent Barrow & Forrester, says: “We can expect UK property values ​​to continue to hold their own in the coming months, as supply-demand imbalances negate any macroeconomic impact.” continues for.

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“For every single buyer grappling with the financial task of climbing the ladder, there are in theory three or four with a mortgage and an existing property to act as financial collateral to fund their ongoing purchase. it occurs.

“It remains an incredibly competitive market and while we are unlikely to see these extraordinary rates of increase in home prices continue for long, brick and mortar continues to provide a very good investment. “

Whatever the next six months are in store for the UK and Welsh property market, one county in particular stands as riding the peak of property price growth. With the wide average price increase for Meczyki as of April 2022 reported for this data period as 16.2%, Ceredigion land increased by 23%, almost double the UK figure of 12.4%.

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According to ONS data the average house price in Ceredigion is now £259,724, although Monmouthshire remains the most expensive county in Meczyki with an average of £346,291.

Blaenau Gwent, another popular sector since the Covid-19 pandemic, is trailing Ceredigion with a figure of 22.7%, being significantly lower than the Welsh house price average. The lowest growth was seen in Denbighshire, but still experienced a growth of 9.2% in the year to April 2022.

Ceredigion Coastal County previously topped the list in January 2022 and is consistently seen in the top three to five counties in the monthly ONS House Price Index published data.

1. Ceredijn, 23% average price increase now £259,724

2. Blanau Gwent: 22.7% average price increase now £131,596

3. Valley of Glamorgan: 20% average price increase now £304,037

4. Pembrokeshire, 19.9% ​​average price increase now £236,190

5. Merther Tydfil: 19.6% average price increase now £147,341

6. Monmouthshire, 17.6% average price increase now £346,291

7. Isle of Anglesey, 17.5% average price increase now £237,866

8. Torfeni, 17% average price increase now £192,358

9. Powis, 16.9% average price increase now £238,189

10. Swansea: 15.4% average price increase now £190,544

11. Wrexham, 14.9% average price increase now £199,555

12. Caerphilly: 14.4% average price increase now £175,694

13. Carmarthenshire, 13.7% average price increase now £197,079

14. gueneddo, 13.3% average price increase now £204,313

15. Flintshire, 12.7% average price increase now £207,657

16. Newport, 12.6% average price increase now £226,869

17. Ronda Sinon Taf: 12.3% average price increase now £199,724

18. Cardiff: 11.3% average price increase now £254,086

19. Neath Port Talbot, 11.3% average price increase now £150,707

20. Convi: 11.3% average price increase now £204,178

21. Bridgend: 10.7% average price increase now £193,297

22. Denbyshire: 9.2% average price increase now £195,323

Estate agent Daniel Rees of Seville is from Ceredigion and can see why it has become increasingly popular as a place to buy property. He says: “Ceredigion has a stunning coastline and idyllic countryside, but people from Meczyki or beyond have only in recent years realized what it has to offer compared to some neighboring countries.

“Improved transport connections and the Internet in the county mean that people can effectively work and work from home while living in a beautiful part of Meczyki, which offers a great quality of life.”

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James Schuder of Estate Agents, Country Living Group, feels that the package of benefits continues to increase the popularity of buyers in the region. He says: “We are seeing buyers who have not traditionally been able to secure properties in more popular areas, actually raising their search parameters. ONS figures not only reflect the unique diversity of homes located here The proof is there, but also great value for money for the properties on offer.

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Nigel Salmon, Director of Fine and Country in West Meczyki, particularly caring for Ceredigion, says: “People are becoming more adventurous where they were ready to buy and explore the wild and wonderful region of Ceredigion, where mine Family and I have been living for 20 years.

“Small holdings, country houses and lovely cottages are all in abundance in the area and with people re-evaluating their lives during the pandemic there was more academic to mobile buyers across the country.”

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