It's technically a house price boom: Property values in 'silicon hubs' of Cambridge, Reading and Oxford soar in last five years



Property prices in Britain's main technology hub cities and towns have surged in the last five years, according to data.
While London remains arguably the tech capital of Europe, clusters of high growth tech companies based elsewhere have supercharged local housing markets.
In Cambridge, which has 15 tech jobs per 1,000 people, house prices have soared 58.7 per cent in the last five years to reach £442,518, the analysis of Office for National Statistics and Tech City UK data by Property Partner shows.
Furthermore, Reading, which has 14 tech jobs per 1,000 people have seen prices rise by... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Business, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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