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Crossrail may make house prices jump by 50 percent

Posted at 3:30 pm, January 25, 2015 in News, Property, Transport

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Considering buying a new home near London? You’d better take a look at this.

Well we all know buying a house in London tends to be a great money-making investment, but apparently house values in the following areas may increase by up to a staggering 50 percent.

Wondering why? Well despite Crossrail only truly coming to life in 2018, it’s future presence is already starting to affect house prices.

Over the next five years the forecasted price growth for areas in and around London are… (drumroll)

Reading: 43%

Twyford: 39%

Maidenhead: 46%

Taplow: 42%

Burnham: 44%

Slough: 45%

Langley: 44%

Iver: 47%

West Drayton: 51%

Hayes and Harlington: 41%

Southall: 45%

Hanwell: 46%

West Ealing: 48%

Ealing Broadway: 50%

Acton: 48%

Paddington: 37%

Bond Street: 34%

Tottenham Court Road: 42%

Farringdon: 42%

Liverpool Street: 44%

Whitechapel: 54%

Canary Wharf: 44%

Custom House: 40%

Woolwich: 52%

Abbey Wood: 45%

Stratford: 45%

Maryland: 43%

Forest Gate: 41%

Manor Park: 38%

Ilford: 41%

Seven Kings: 37%

Goodmayes: 40%

Chadwell Heath: 42%

Romford: 43%

Gidea Park: 43%

Harold Wood: 40%

Brentwood: 43%

Shenfield: 44%

Take a look at more info on Crossrail here and on the route here.

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