house prices in England
The bar charts below illustrate the average house prices in England and some other areas of England including its capital city London.
Overall, in 1995 and 2013, the average cost for houses in London was generally higher than that in England. In addition, the housing expenses in Midlands and North East were the lowest among distinct regions in 2013.
According to the data, in 1995, people in England wanting to own a house must normally pay nearly 150.000£, meanwhile, to possess a house in London, dwellers need to pay a little higher, about 200.000£. During the 18-year period, London witnessed a dramatic rise in accommodation prices with averagely 400.000£ per house, which doubled the housing cost in England.
It can be seen that in 2013, the accommodation expense in London was the highest out of 6 different regions, followed by South East and South West with over 300.000£ and over 250.000£ respectively. North West was the only region that shared the same average house prices with England, which was 200.000£, whereas the cost to buy a house was noticeably lower in Midlands and North East, the house expense of Midlands was over 100.000£ meanwhile the figure for North East was 100.000£.