Rugby property prices rise by average of 9%

The average asking price is now �280,337
The average asking price is now �280,337

Property prices in Rugby have risen by an average of nine per cent in the past year, according to figures published last week.

The average asking price “for sale” in the Rugby area is £280,337, with a stock of 354 properties on the market on property website Zoopla and 417 in total.

The average asking price “to let” in the Rugby area is £702 per calendar month with a stock of 65 properties on the market on Zoopla and 143 in total.

The average property price is £211,744, while the average current asking price is £280,337.

Detached houses in the town cost £317,694 on average, with the figure being £181,028 for semi-detached houses, £148,607 for terraced houses and £130,739 for flats.

Buyers can currently expect to pay £82,800 for a one-bedroom house, £134,082 for a two-bed, £202,064 for a three-bed, £324,698 for a four-bed and £547,847 for a five-bed.

The figures have been published by Rugby estate agent Cadman Homes. The data was collected on July 22 and was taken from a range of sources including the land registry, Zoopla and

Adam McHenry of Cadman Homes said: “The Rugby property market has held up well in recent years, and the last 12 months has seen a very positive level of growth.”