70 years of house price growth: How property prices have shifted since Elizabeth II was crowned


The Queen was crowned on 6th February 1952, when an average home cost just under £2,000. This is the equivalent of £56,000 in today’s money, and amounts to house price growth averaging 2.2% per annum above the rate of inflation every year since the coronation.

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