Article preview: One of the factors driving a resurgence in the UK property market during the Covid-19 pandemic is a desire from buyers to live in the countryside. Experiencing the lockdown in a crowded city or town centre has prompted many to seek a different way of life surrounded by green fields, trees and footpaths. New research has found there is a significant premium attached to living in one of England or Wales’ national parks. The analysis of house price data by Lloyds Bank found these homes command an average premium of more than £155,000.
National park properties command a premium
This 524-word blog post considers new research from Lloyds Bank, looking at the price premium for homes in national parks in England and Wales. Written on 26th October 2020.
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