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Detailed Property Data for Cardiff (County of), UK

Cardiff (County of), UK

The county of Cardiff lies in south Wales and has a population of over 500,000 people, making it the 3rd most populous area in Wales. Lying near the Bristol Channel, Cardiff has been an important trading port since Roman times. It also has access to all major road routes through Wales and England, including the M4 and A470 motorways. The City of Cardiff itself is at the heart of this urban area, which incorporates several other towns, villages and communities such as Newport, Rhiwbina, Llanishen and Pentyrch.

Long Let Gross Yield
Buyer Demand
Turnover per month
4.9%
24
Average completed sales per month
20%
Property data for postcode district CF3. Last updated July 12th, 2022 at 10:49 AM

Average Price Per Sqft

£250

Average Asking Price

£265,093

Average Rent Per Week

£250

Property data for county Cardiff (County of). Last updated July 12th, 2022 at 10:49 AM

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Population projection for Cardiff (County of). Data from national population projections last updated on January, 2019 by Office for National Statistics. Next update due on January, 2022

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HPI DATA FOR Cardiff

Last updated in March 2022

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House Average Price

£249,925

Month On Month

0.51%

House Price Index

142.19

Year On Year

9.75%

The UK House Price Index or HPI uses sold price data from HM Land Registry, Registers of Scotland Land and Property Services of Northern Ireland. It is calculated by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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