Housing market in 'pretty good place'
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Principality: Housing market in 'pretty good place'

The average house price in Wales is now higher than in 2007 before the slump caused by the financial crisis, according to a new index by the Principality.

The average price in Wales is £174,319 compared with a peak of £170,142 in October of 2007.

The average price hit a low of £150,000 eight years ago.

Tom Denman, interim finance director, said the housing market was in "a pretty good place".

  • 12 Apr 2017
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