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Wales shows, on average, house prices have risen by 4.6% since May 2021.

Wales shows, on average, house prices have risen by 4.6% since May 2021. An annual price rise of 16.7% takes the average property value to £195,291.

There were 10 repossession sales for Wales in April 2021.

Average price by property type for WalesProperty typeJune 2021June 2020Difference %Detached£296,313£250,33118.4Semi-detached£188,119£162,55515.7Terraced£153,582£130,91417.3Flat/maisonette£127,629£115,04710.9All£195,291£167,38416.7Funding and buyer status for WalesTransaction typeAverage price June 2021Annual price change % since June 2020Monthly price change % since May 2021Cash£189,87517.25.1Mortgage£198,53416.44.4First-time buyer£168,65516.44.7Former owner occupier£226,344174.5Building status for WalesBuilding status*Average price April 2021Annual price change % since April 2020Monthly price change % since March 2021New build£267,42722.16.6Existing resold property£179,52914.6-1.8

*Figures for the 2 most recent months are not being published because there are not enough new build transactions to give a meaningful result.

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