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Good news for homeowners

There’s good news for homeowners in Northamptonshire.

The county has four towns that have seen the biggest price rises per square metre in the past 20 years outside London and the south.

The increases in Rushden, Wellingborough, Corby and Northampton are all well over 200 per cent.

Below are the 10 towns outside southern England that have seen the biggest price per square metre increases over the last 20 years in percentage terms, with the average price per square metre in 1996 followed by the average price in 2016 and the percentage and cash increase;

1. Leamington Spa, West Midlands, £684, £2,645, 287%, £1,962

2. Salford, North West, £427, £1,606, 276%, £1,179

3. Rushden, East Midlands, £453, £1,660, 267%, £1,207

4. Harrogate, Yorkshire and the Humber, £657, £2,342, 257%, £1,685

5. Northampton, East Midlands, £551, £1,906, 246%, £1,355

6. Altrincham, North West, £771, £2,634, 241%, £1,863

7. Rugby, West Midlands, £549, £1,865, 240%, £1,316

8. Wellingborough, East Midlands, £486, £1,647, 239%, £1,161

9. Barrow-in-Furness, North, £364, £1,201, 230%, £837

10. Corby, East Midlands, £427, £1,398, 228%, £971

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