In the past decade Harlow in Essex has recorded the highest house price growth, CashLady analysis of Land Registry data has found.
Over the period prices have risen by 74.92% in Harlow, followed by Southend-on-Sea (74.85%), Watford (74.75%), Thurrock (73.20%) and Cambridge (73.03%).
In December 2019 prices in Harlow averaged at £290,068, up from £165,829 a decade before.
If prices continued to rise at the same rate they would reach £507,387 by 2030.
At the other end of the spectrum Aards and North Down in Northern Ireland saw prices fall by 7.73% in 10 years, followed by Aberdeen (-7.47%), Inverclyde (-5.81%) Mid and East Antrim (-5.32%) and County Durham (-5.18%).
This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.