Analysis by eXp UK, the community of non-public property brokers, has proven that St George ranks high because the patron saint of property costs, with a properties on roads named after the patron saint of England coming in at a mean of £275,000; greater than roads named after St David, St Andrew and St Patrick.
eXp UK analysed home worth development throughout every patron saint’s nation, in addition to bought costs during the last yr on roads containing every patron saint’s title.
The analysis reveals that throughout every nation as an entire, St George ranks high with regards to property worth pedigree, with the present common of worth of a house throughout England coming in at £310,159, adopted by Wales (£216,871), Scotland (£185,016) and eventually Northern Eire (£175,234).
With regards to the typical price of home worth development seen during the last yr, it’s St Patrick that takes the highest spot, with home costs in Northern Eire up 10.2% versus a 7% enhance throughout England.
Nonetheless, when wanting on the worth of houses on a street named after a patron saint, St George as soon as once more reigns victorious.
Throughout the nation, houses on roads with St George within the title commanded a mean bought worth of £275,000 in 2022.
St Andrew proved the second most prestigious patron saint from a home worth viewpoint, with houses on roads named after the Scottish patron saint commanding a mean of £264,000 in 2022.
St David ranked third with a mean bought worth of £240,000, adopted by St Patrick at £220,000.
Head of eXp UK, Adam Day stated, “Properties on streets devoted to our patron saint command the very best home worth premiums when in comparison with these named after different patron saints of Britain and that will likely be trigger for extra celebration for owners residing on them this St George’s Day.
The excellent news is that they nonetheless come not directly under the nationwide common and so homebuyers wishing to show their patriotism with a St George’s property buy can really accomplish that for a comparatively reasonably priced value.”