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The following guide will be useful if you are looking to invest in property as it lists many different areas where house prices are increasing the quickest. When looking to purchase a house you may want to read our guide to the best morgages available.

We have also listed further down this web page a list of areas that are seeing the lowest price increase in regards to properties.

The UK’s Top Ten Fastest Selling Locations

  1. Cambridge – The fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Cambridge which is in the East of the UK, on average a house will sell in 27 days, which is a drop of 30% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 39 days to sell.
  2. Lewisham – The second fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Lewisham which is in London, on average a house will sell in 29 days, which is a drop of 41% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 49 days to sell.
  3. Sutton ­- The third fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Sutton which is in London, on average a house will sell in 29 days, which is a drop of 40% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 48 days to sell.
  4. Waltham Forest – The fourth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Waltham Forest which is in London, on average a house will sell in 31 days, which is a drop of 34% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 47 days to sell.
  5. Warwick – The fifth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Warwick which is in the West Midlands, on average a house will sell in 33 days, which is a drop of 25% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 44 days to sell.
  6. Hackney ­- The sixth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Hackney which is in London, on average a house will sell in 34 days, which is a drop of 37% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 54 days to sell.
  7. St Albans – The seventh fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is St Albans which is in the East of the UK, on average a house will sell in 34 days, which is a drop of 33% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 51 days to sell.
  8. Greenwich – The eighth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Greenwich which is in London, on average a house will sell in 35 days, which is a drop of 34% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 53 days to sell.
  9. Bexley – The ninth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Bexley which is in London, on average a house will sell in 35 days, which is a drop of 40% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 58 days to sell.
  10. Bromley - The tenth fastest area in the UK in regards to house sales is Bromley which is in London, on average a house will sell in 35 days, which is a drop of 41% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 59 days to sell.

The UK’s Slowest Selling Locations

Powys – This location is in Wales and to sell a house here it will take on average 113 days, which is an increase of 8% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 104 days to sell.

Gwynedd - This location is in Wales and to sell a house here it will take on average 112 days, which is an increase of 16% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 96 days to sell.

Sefton – This location is in the North West of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 106 days, which is an increase of 3% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 103 days to sell.

Fylde – This location is in the North West of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 105 days, which is a drop of 4% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 109 days to sell.

Wakefield – This location is in the Yorkshire area of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 103 days, which is an increase of 4% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 99 days to sell.

Forest of Dean – This location is in the South West area of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 103 days, which is an increase of 18% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 87 days to sell.

Conwy – This location is in Wales and to sell a house here it will take on average 102 days, which is an increase of 12% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 91 days to sell.

Rochdale - This location is in the North West area of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 100 days, which is a drop of 8% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 109 days to sell.

Allerdale – This location is in the North West area of the UK and to sell a house here it will take on average 100 days, which is a drop of 19% from the same time last year (April – June 2013) when a house took on average 84 days to sell.