House prices in the South of England are growing faster than London, according to the latest figures from real estate adviser, Savills.
Property prices in the capital increased by 9.7% in the 12 months to February, however, the South East saw an increase of 11%. Meanwhile, the average house price in the South East was also higher than the UK average.
A shortage of supply has lead to a housing crisis in Sussex and beyond, leading to mounting pressure on property pries, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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