The areas that voted majority leave during the referendum last year have seen the largest increase in house prices on average, up 2.27% from £191,611 to £195,957. Whereas the areas that voted majority remain have only seen a 1.36% jump from £247,471 to £250,840. A similar pattern was experienced among the capital’s boroughs.

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