House prices in Coventry rocket more than 60 per cent in three years

Published: 11 January 2019

According to the Coventry Telegraph “Coventry is the top university city in the country for house price growth” “Three years ago, an average property in Coventry would have set buyers back £114,625, but that same home today would be worth £184,690. That's a massive increase of £70,065 in three years - more than twice of what the average national increase. The research comes from online estate agents, who revealed that property prices have increased by 61 per cent between June 2015 and June 2018, according to Land Registry figures. The increase in prices are so high that they would have covered the £27,250 tuition fees for two students at Coventry University - with money left over. The reason for the growth is linked to the growing local economy in Coventry, and the city's huge development for the city centre.” Read more