Cheltenham homes go up 13% to an average of £313,150 

Cheltenham homes go up 13% to an average of £313,150 
Cheltenham homes go up 13% to an average of £313,150 

Here are the top 20 towns with the biggest year-on-year increases in average house prices according to Halifax, with the average house price in 2017 followed by the increase in cash and percentage terms:

1. Cheltenham, South West, £313,150, £36,033, 13%

2. Bournemouth, South West, £273,687, £28,587, 11.7%

3. Brighton, South East, £374,662, £38,289, 11.4%

4. Crawley, South East, £323,660, £30,555, 10.4%

5. Newham, London, £402,781, £37,344, 10.2%

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