Who is most expensive in the UK?
The most expensive home in England and Wales is worth £2.4m (€2.7m) – a £5.2m (US$6.3m) rise on last year’s price tag.
The latest figures from property website Realtor.com show that the home sold for a staggering £2,958,095 in April.
But the total price of the house is just £1.1m – £3,721,826.
A similar figure is also published in the Republic of Ireland, where the average house price is just over £1m.
This year’s top 10 earners were: The average home price in the United Kingdom is £1,876,715.
The cheapest house in England is £950,818.
The price of a house in London is £845,843, while the average price in Liverpool is £902,847.
In Wales, the average cost of a home is £739,845.
The UK average is £539,094.
An estimated 8 million people in the country are paying more than £1 million for their homes.
One of the most interesting findings from the new data is that people with higher incomes pay more for their properties than those who are poorer.
For example, the cost of buying a home in the capital was £1bn in April, according to the most recent figures from the Office for National Statistics.
It’s worth remembering that the average home value in England has fallen by almost £1 per square metre since last year.
The average price of land in England fell by almost 5 per cent compared to last year, while property values in Scotland and Wales fell by 3 per cent and 3 per% respectively.
In total, the country is now worth £843.5bn – an average of £7,959 per sq metre.
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