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The 7 UK cities where house prices are rising fastest

Knight Frank this week released its quarterly Global Cities Index, which measures rising house prices in major cities around the world. The survey covers the second quarter of the year, April-June. It measures how much higher average prices in each city are in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. Chinese cities topped the global list — house prices there are growing by as much as 48% annually in some cities — but UK cities also ranked highly.
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