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Rural property 'more expensive' than urban in South East

Figures released by the National Housing Federation show that property in rural parts of south-east England is significantly more expensive than that in urban areas.

The average cost of a property in some rural areas has risen to more than 20 times the average wage, compared with 12 times in urban areas.

  • 24 Sep 2012
  • From the section England