More houses sold in June than May, over fifty properties sell for less than £100k
June was busier than the previous month for property sales, with 292 houses and flats sold in Leicester, an increase of 20% over May.
The most expensive house sold was a four bedroom detached house on Spencefield Lane. It went for £470,000. The cheapest was a leasehold on a one bedroom ground-floor flat on Glenfield Road. It sold at auction for £45,000.
Nearly one in five of the properties (53) sold for less than £100,000. Just 36 properties, or 12%, fetched more than £200,000.
See details of the properties reported sold in June on the map below.
Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2015.
Clicking one of the blue markers brings up details of the sale price, property type and address. The three letters, in order, signify:
D = Detached, S = Semi-Detached, T = Terraced, F = Flats/Maisonettes
Y = a newly built property, N = an established residential building
F = Freehold, L-Leasehold
The sales shown exclude commercial transactions, including some buy-to-let, sales that aren’t lodged with the Land Registry, and sales that weren’t for the full market value – such as a transfer between separating couples.
Note that the data is not personal information about individuals but property-related information. Errors and discrepancies in the prices given and those actually paid can be notified to the Land Registry.