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Harrow House Prices: What you need to know

With the cost of living going up and the housing market not moving much, it’s important to know what house prices are like in Harrow.

Zoopla.co.uk has provided the latest data, and there are some interesting trends to note.

According to the BBC, Nationwide recently reported that UK house prices went up by 0.4% in May. This is because people are feeling more confident thanks to wage growth and lower inflation. Also, there’s a General Election this week, which could impact the housing market.

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The average house price in Harrow is now £264,249, up a bit from £261,962 in April. This small rise fits with the national trend of prices going up slightly.

Stanmore

Stanmore is a popular area in Harrow, and the average house price there over the last year is £639,715. Here’s how it breaks down by type:

  • Detached houses: £1,062,880
  • Semi-detached houses: £645,127
  • Terraced houses: £611,500
  • Flats: £417,415

Hatch End

In Hatch End, the average house price over the last year is £630,391. The prices for different types of properties are:

  • Detached houses: £1,028,588
  • Semi-detached houses: £808,633
  • Terraced houses: £546,500
  • Flats: £332,403

Harrow On The Hill

Harrow On The Hill, known for its historic feel, has an average house price of £522,131. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Detached houses: £1,003,000
  • Semi-detached houses: £694,385
  • Terraced houses: £581,119
  • Flats: £356,604

Harrow Weald

In Harrow Weald, the average house price is £500,943. Different types of houses cost:

  • Detached houses: £866,111
  • Semi-detached houses: £522,244
  • Terraced houses: £476,125
  • Flats: £263,043

Pinner

Pinner is one of the pricier areas, with an average house price of £722,546 over the past year. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Detached houses: £1,068,139
  • Semi-detached houses: £793,407
  • Terraced houses: £533,826
  • Flats: £376,840

What This Means

With the housing market staying pretty flat and the cost of living going up, people are being careful about buying and selling homes. The small rise in house prices shows that some buyers are still confident, thanks to better wages and lower inflation. The upcoming General Election might also change things in the housing market, so it’s good to keep an eye on any new developments.

Whether you’re looking for a spacious detached house in Stanmore or a cozy flat in Harrow Weald, knowing the current prices can help you make better decisions. Keep watching the market, especially after the election, to see how things might change.

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