The top 10 supermarkets that increase house prices in their area

Friday 03 April 2015 18:10
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Homes in postal districts which have a national supermarket are typically worth over £15,000 more than properties in the surrounding areas, an analysis of Land Registry house prices in England and Wales has shown.

Here are the average house prices in postal districts which contain one of the following 10 supermarkets, and the percentage higher they are than prices in the surrounding areas.

Waitrose - £354,378 (+12%)

Sainsbury’s - £273,381 (+10%)

Tesco - £237,074 (+8%)

Marks & Spencer - £304,494 (+7%)

Co-op - £217,378 (+7%)

Iceland - £238,094 (+4%)

Morrisons - £203,032 (+3%)

Asda - £188,531 (n/a)

Lidl - £218,165 (-2%)

Aldi - £177,993 (-3%)

(Source: Lloyds Bank)

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