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As demand soars and supply remains tight, the average price of a property coming to market in England and Wales has passed £300,000 for the first time. It’s a £100,000 jump in new seller asking prices from £200,980 in March 2006, to £303,190 today.
There has also been a 3% price jump in March (+£3,903), which is the second-highest at this time of year since the 2008 credit crunch. The positive momentum is spreading north and west with six out of ten regions setting record price highs this month and London is no longer leading the house price rise pack, as prices stand still.

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