£483,803

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New research shows that despite recession blues and political and economic uncertainty, property values have comfortably outpaced...

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New research shows that despite recession blues and political and economic uncertainty, property values have comfortably outpaced growth in London salaries, which since 2011 have risen by just 54p a day — pushing the gulf between average incomes and average property prices to its widest ever point. The research found that in December 2011 the average home in London cost £292,284. Today that has soared to £483,803, according to analysis by Savills. Meanwhile, average London salaries have inched upwards from £34,336 to £34,531. The average London home has been going up in value by £105 a day for five years.

property/bien (immobilier) - to outpace/devancer, dépasser – gulf/ici, écart - to soar/grimper en flèche - to inch upwards/augmenter lentement

Publié le 22/03/2017

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