Almost 800,000 homes in Britain are worth £1m or more – Travel Guide vs Booking


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Britain now has a staggering 768,553 millionaire properties after an increase in homes that reached the £ 1 million mark. Some 768,553 homes across Great Britain are valued at at least £ 1 million, which represents 2.7% of the nation's homes. This represents a jump of 22.95% or 143,476 millionaires more since August 2016, according to the Zoopla property website. Half of the millionaires owned by the nation are in London, which represents 430,720 of the total. In the southwest SW6 zip code that includes Fulham, some 14,020 properties exceed one million pounds sterling. In the exclusive northwestern enclave of London NW3, which includes Hampstead and Primrose Hill, there are 12,500. WHERE ARE THE MILLIONAIRES OF THE PROPERTY? Here is detailed how the real estate millionaires are grouped in Great Britain, according to Zoopla's estimates: 1. London, 430,7202. Southeast of England, 180.3973. East of England, 69.8404. Southwest of England, 33,7175. Northwest of England, 12.5526. West Midlands, 12.2197. Scotland, 11,1018. East Midlands, 6.8459. North East of England, 4.83510. Yorkshire and the Humber, 4.10311. Wales, 2,223 And in N1, which includes Islington, there are 11,301 homes valued at more than £ 1 million. Guildford was identified as the main place of ownership of millions of pounds outside London, with 5,889 houses valued at £ 1 million more, according to new data from the Zoopla website. The high concentrations of million-pound houses also include Cambridge, Reading, Oxford, St Albans, Bristol and Edinburgh. It was discovered that Wales had 2,223 households with a value of £ 1 million or more. Housing prices rose 3.9 percent in 2017, slightly higher than even the most optimistic market analysts predicted in 2016, according to Halifax bank data. Rightmove predicts an average increase of one percent throughout the United Kingdom in 2018, and some types of housing work better: smaller apartments and houses can go up 3 percent. The north of England is inclined to see larger increases than the south, as buying to rent investors take lower-cost properties. Savills says prices in the capital will fall by two percent next year and then stagnate by 2019. Moving the house now costs an average of £ 11,624 across the UK, says Lloyds Bank, and more than £ 32,000 in London . PEOPLES WITH THE LARGEST NUMBER OF PROPERTIES OF MILLIONS OF POUNDS The 10 best post cities, excluding London, with the largest number of million-pound properties: 1. Guildford, 5.8892. Cambridge, 5.5303. Reading, 5.4214. Sevenoaks, 5.4165. Oxford, 5.2426. St Albans, 4.9817. Bristol, 4.7928. Edinburgh, 4.7599. Leatherhead, 4,70710. Twickenham, 4,596 LONDON BOROUGHS WITH THE MOST OF THE PROPERTY VALUED AT £ 1 MILLION These are the boroughs of London with the

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