11 Leeds areas where house prices have dropped since 2007 - and by how much

House prices have risen across parts of Leeds and fallen across others since 2007.

Saturday, 20th July 2019, 9:35 am
House prices have fallen across these Leeds areas according to new data

Data published by Data Mill North shows how 11 areas of Leeds have seen house prices drop on average since 2007. Here are the areas affected, from smallest to largest percentage drop in average house price. Photos for illustrative purposes and do not represent a specific incident.

House prices in Bramley and Stanningley have dropped by 2 per cent since 2007
House prices in Farnley & Wortley have dropped by 4 per cent since 2007
House prices in Middleton Park have dropped by 9 per cent since 2007

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House prices in Temple Newsam have dropped by 5 per cent since 2007
House prices in Armley have dropped by 8 per cent since 2007
House prices in Killingbeck & Seacroft have dropped by 10 per cent since 2007
House prices in Gipton & Harehills have dropped by 11 per cent since 2007
House prices in Hyde Park & Woodhouse have dropped by 13 per cent since 2007
House prices in the city centre and Hunslet have dropped by 14% since 2007
House prices in Burmantofts & Richmond Hill have dropped by 15 per cent since 2007
House prices in Beeston & Holbeck have dropped by 20 per cent since 2007