PropertyDespite the Brexit referendum, there has been a gentle increase in house prices since May 2016. Albeit a gentle rise, this is still a very positive sign.

In Berkshire over the last year, the overall average house price has risen to £408,770, this was closely followed by Oxfordshire at £401,704 with Hampshire at £314,690 and Wiltshire at £270,489. The most expensive area within Berkshire was Crookham Dean at £1,231,250 with the cheapest being Thatcham at £308,685.

Overall sold prices in Berkshire over the last year were 6% up on the previous year and 22% up on the 2014 level of £334,520.

The majority of sales in Berkshire during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £347,374. Flats sold for an average of £259,572, with semi-detached properties fetching £406,626.

Reference and statistics from LSL Property Services and Right move.

First Time Buyer


Moving House

Low Deposit

Buy to Let

Shared Ownership

Self Employed

Life Insurance

Critical Illness Cover

Income Protection

Home Insurance

About us

Meet the Team