The research from the Hometrack Housing Survey shows that almost half of London postcodes – 48 per cent – registered an increase in February while 26 per cent of South East postcodes had grew in value.
There were prices rises in most of London's boroughs last month.
-The greatest increases in house prices last month were seen in: City of London, Merton, Bexley, Wandsworth, Southwark, Kingston-upon-Thames and Ealing.
-However Newham, Havering and Greenwich remained static.
-And Enfield was the only London borough to see a price fall.
-Sussex (West and East),Hertfordshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Kent also all saw price increases.
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