Wales House Price Index

As Wales’ biggest building society with a strong purpose of helping people to prosper in their homes, we’ve partnered with Acadata to launch Wales’ first ever official House Price Index (HPI), providing the people of Wales with an average property price in each of the 22 local authorities across Wales. We’ll release the data every quarter, with our exclusive commentary on the findings.

Why we love Newport

Over the last 12 months our Wales HPI report has shown that house prices in Newport are on the rise. We asked some people why they love living there.

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Headlines

House Prices in Wales reach a new record level with the average house price at £179,855.

Annual Growth
estimated house sales 2017
Quarterly change
Modest Growth
How we collate our data

Our quarterly House Price Index is prepared for us by Acadata Ltd. The data used is supplied by the Land Registry. This ensures that all house purchases in Wales are taken into account, reflecting actual transacted prices, mixed and seasonally adjusted utilising Acadata’s proprietary methodology.

Legal Information

The Principality House Price Index for Wales is prepared from dataset provided by Acadata using its methodology.  It is published as a secondary source of economic information, but is not intended to be relied on for any commercial or personal decisions and no responsibility is assumed by Principality or Acadata if it is used contrary to that intention.

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