The top five most expensive properties in the UK are as follows:The luxury home items list, which includes more than 300 properties listed on the UK’s online real estate site Homepets.com, has been compiled by the National Institute of Home Builders and the Real Estate Institute of Ireland.
The report has been designed to compare and contrast the top five houses, based on average price per square metre, average price for a one-bedroom unit, and average price of the property.
The list is based on an average price paid per square meter of land, excluding utilities.
The average price is based solely on property types.
The data for the top 5 properties were derived from data provided by real estate search platform Zillow, which also collects the prices of properties on Zillows UK site.
The real estate websites estimate the average cost of a property based on its location, height, density, size and number of units.
“In the case of a top five list, the average price was $7,958 per square metres of land in the London borough of Camden,” the report reads.
“The average price in the Northumberland, Somerset and Essex boroughs was $6,547 per square meters.
The median value of properties in London was $2,721 per square, while in the South East of England it was $3,824 per square.
The cheapest property in the list was in Manchester, at £3,600 per square.”
According to Zillowing, the number of properties owned by a single owner has increased by about 70 per cent since 2006.
The total number of people owning properties increased by nearly 200,000, while the number that were tenants increased by almost 60,000.
The number of households owning properties fell by about 100,000 in the same period.
“The number of bedrooms and living rooms in a house has also increased significantly,” the authors wrote.
“There are now over one million dwellings in England and Wales.
The trend for number of apartments is now a quarter of the UK population.
The share of apartments in the average house is now slightly above 1 per cent.
The proportion of properties sold has also been increasing in England, while Scotland has seen a decrease.””
It is not unusual to see properties selling for more than they were bought for in the early 2000s,” they added.
The average purchase price for each property on Zellow is £2.75 million, or around £14,400 per square foot, according to Zellows.
“It is notable that the median price paid on the list is slightly below the median prices paid for properties in England,” they wrote.
“For most properties, the median purchase price has been between £5 million and £8 million.
However, some properties have had prices well above £10 million and this suggests that the demand for properties has been increasing.”
The average listing price of a single-family home in London is around £1.4 million.
The most expensive homes in London are listed at around £2 million, with the average asking price of £2,085,000 for a two-bedroom home in Camden.
“When comparing this list with ZillOW’s list of the world ‘most expensive homes’, the most expensive home on the site is the £1,092,000 home on Southbank in south London,” the researchers said.
“On Zillowed’s list, Camden is in the No 1 spot, with Southbank sitting at No 2.
The top 5 most expensive London properties on the ZellOW list include a house in Streatham, south London, at around $1.5 million, and a house at the Tower of London, in London’s financial district, at $2.2 million.”
Camden is on the opposite end of the spectrum and is in Scotland, with a home in Dundee selling for £2million and in Cardiff, the most unaffordable house in the country at £2-million.””
In the UK, the top 10 most expensive property listings on ZILLOW are listed in the capital and the top 15 are located in the north-west of England.
Camden is on the opposite end of the spectrum and is in Scotland, with a home in Dundee selling for £2million and in Cardiff, the most unaffordable house in the country at £2-million.”
Given the relatively low asking price, the fact that it is a single family home and the fact it is located in London, we do not expect the average buyer to be able to afford it.
“The study comes as part of a wider analysis of the home buying process in the United Kingdom, which will include an interview with a real estate agent who has sold more than 30,000 homes in the past year.