Sussex property increasing faster than London

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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