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Property sales bounce back in May – Land Registry

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Property sales bounce back in May – Land Registry
Property sales jumped in May, with 25,707 sales registered, according to latest figures from the Land Registry.

The increase in sales follows a fall in April which saw sales slump to their lowest level so far in 2017, at 22,546.

The figures revealed 481 were residential sales in for £1m and over, 304 of which were in the Capital.

The most expensive residential sale in May 2017 was a detached property in Kensington and Chelsea for £37m. The cheapest residential sale in May 2017 was of a terraced property in Wingate, County Durham for £10,250.

 

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