East Anglia has seen the biggest rise in house prices in the UK, after London and the South East.
The Lloyds Bank Homemovers Review has released figures to show the the average price paid for a home by a home mover in the first half of 2015, and the percentage price change since 2010.
London saw the biggest increase in price, while Wales and the North West saw the smallest increase. Northern Ireland was the only part of the UK where house prices fell over this period.
- London - £492,882 up 45%
- South East - £348,747 up 35%
- East Anglia - £247,813 up 28%
- East Midlands - £196,097 up 19%
- North West - £194,639 up 16%
- Wales - £183,961 up 15%
- Northern Ireland - £154,396 down 7%