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Where in the UK has seen the highest house price rise this decade?

New research from modular housing developer Project Etopia, has revealed that on average and excluding London, house prices across the UK have risen by 38.8% during the last ten years.

According analysis of Land Registry data, Thurrock, Essex, has seen the largest increase in house prices this decade. Comparison between the average house prices at the start and end of this decade show increases in value of up to 76.2% from £156,741 to £276,164. Three Rivers and Watford, Hertfordshire, were not far behind with 75.2% and 74.3% rises respectively.

Purplebricks Group plc (LON:PURP) engages in estate agency business in the United Kingdom, it provides services relating to the sale & lettings of properties.

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