Average house prices overtake the pre-crash record for the first time, Land Registry figures reveal

House prices in England and Wales have climbed to a new record high after overtaking the previous peak reached at the height of the property boom, according to official data.

The Land Registry said the average home saw more than 1% added to its value in June 2015 alone, and said 21 London boroughs had seen annual price growth of at least 10%.

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