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"Luton is predicted to become one of the country's next big property hotspots! Here at Gladfish we have been doing some research to help your investment.
So let’s look at the figures. In 2014 Luton property prices rose as much as 10%. That’s a higher increase than many parts of London. This is the ‘ripple effect’ in action. That’s the ‘ripple’ of price rises in London spreading out across the UK as home-buyers who have been priced out look further afield.
At only 23 minutes away from central London by train Luton is prime commuter-belt territory. And Luton property prices are 27% below the national average. That’s a phenomenal amount. The area is already showing signs of a property boom and there is large scale construction underway to supply the demand for housing. Luton definitely has a bright future ahead."
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