Is your home in a property price hotspot?
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House prices are soaring as demand outstrips supply with some coastal areas such as Brancaster seeing homes rise by up to 30pc in a year.
See if your home is in one of the highest ranking areas in Norfolk:
The area seeing the biggest hike in property sales was King's Lynn and West Norfolk with a 56pc increase and one of the lowest was in Norwich, which still saw a 34pc rise.
Unsurprisingly, second home haven Brancaster saw the biggest rise in the average price of a home in 2020 despite Covid - now a staggering £781,000. This was closely followed by Burnham Market, at £721,000.
But Tasburgh, Rockland and Great Witchingham all saw big rises where the average house prices are now £402,000, £472,000 and £438,000 respectively.
The average house price in Norfolk overall was £270,000, seven pc up on 2019. North Norfolk remained the area with the highest average house value, followed by South Norfolk and Broadland, with Great Yarmouth the lowest.