29.11.2010 - UK: Homeowners 'prefer market towns'
From UKPA: Homeowners are prepared to pay a 30,000 premium to live in an English market town, research has suggested. A typical property in a market town costs around 231,163, 14% or 29,319 more than the average for the county they are in, according to Lloyds TSB. It costs more to buy a house in 69% of market towns, compared with buying a property in neighbouring towns, with Beaconsfield commanding the highest premium, with properties selling for 145% more than across Buckinghamshire as a whole...........................................Full Article: Source
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