If your organisation is a member of the RSN through the SPARSE, Rural Assembly, RSP or RHCA you can book your free place at the National Rural Conference now and join rural specialists to debate key issues. We have over 600 bookings already so book your place now!
The 2021 Rural Property Report cites a surge of 6.22 per cent in the price of rural property between 2019 and 2020, as demand increased for homes in rural areas during COVID-19. Of the rural areas with the biggest price increases, property prices in Harborough, Leicestershire, have increased the most – by 33.6 per cent over the last five years with the average house price reaching £328,172 in 2020. The most expensive rural area, according to the report, is Waverley, Surrey, where the average house price is £473,536.
UK Investor Magazine - Rural property prices have risen by 20.8% in the last five years
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