Kent property prices

The average property price in Kent county is £327k. The average price increased by £1.8k (1%) over the last twelve months. The price of an established property is £322k. The price of a newly built property is £362k. There were 26.6k property sales and sales dropped by 9.1% (-2.8k transactions). Most properties were sold in the £300k-£400k price range with 5928 (22.3%) properties sold, followed by £200k-£250k price range with 4937 (18.6%) properties sold.

Kent

county
March 2019 - February 2020

£327k

average property price

1%

average price percentage change

£1.8k

average price change

England + Wales

March 2019 - February 2020

£296k

average property price

1%

average price percentage change

£2.1k

average price change

Kent house prices map

shows the average property price in a given postcode sector between March 2019 - February 2020. The most affordable place was 'CT20 1' with the average price of £155k. The most expensive place was 'TN15 0', £973k.

Kent house prices map
Postcode sectorAverage price % of Kent avg. price (£327k)
BR8 7£346k106%
BR8 8£335k102%
CT1 1£281k86%
CT1 2£280k86%
CT1 3£333k102%
CT10 1£391k120%
CT10 2£302k92%
CT10 3£478k146%
CT11 0£280k86%
CT11 7£199k61%
CT11 8£209k64%
CT11 9£232k71%
CT12 4£297k91%
CT12 5£343k105%
CT12 6£211k65%
CT13 0£314k96%
CT13 9£352k108%
CT14 0£328k100%
CT14 6£261k80%
CT14 7£351k108%
CT14 8£409k125%
CT14 9£255k78%
CT15 4£270k83%
CT15 5£315k97%
CT15 6£381k117%
CT15 7£363k111%
CT16 1£179k55%
CT16 2£186k57%
CT16 3£303k93%
CT17 0£208k64%
CT17 9£171k52%
CT18 7£328k101%
CT18 8£401k123%
CT19 4£222k68%
CT19 5£261k80%
CT19 6£218k67%
CT2 0£325k100%
CT2 7£326k100%
CT2 8£323k99%
CT2 9£379k116%
CT20 1£155k47%
CT20 2£235k72%
CT20 3£286k88%
CT21 4£384k118%
CT21 5£350k107%
CT21 6£305k93%
CT3 1£392k120%
CT3 2£299k92%
CT3 3£263k80%
CT3 4£484k148%
CT4 5£431k132%
CT4 6£452k138%
CT4 7£355k109%
CT4 8£386k118%
CT5 1£379k116%
CT5 2£403k123%
CT5 3£383k117%
CT5 4£408k125%
CT6 5£311k95%
CT6 6£330k101%
CT6 7£282k86%
CT6 8£285k87%
CT7 0£310k95%
CT7 9£299k92%
CT8 8£246k75%
CT9 1£185k57%
CT9 2£190k58%
CT9 3£271k83%
CT9 4£219k67%
CT9 5£284k87%
DA1 1£294k90%
DA1 2£317k97%
DA1 3£363k111%
DA1 5£291k89%
DA10 0£244k75%
DA10 1£385k118%
DA11 0£242k74%
DA11 7£311k95%
DA11 8£297k91%
DA11 9£198k61%
DA12 1£311k95%
DA12 2£228k70%
DA12 3£670k205%
DA12 4£313k96%
DA12 5£291k89%
DA13 0£466k143%
DA13 9£409k125%
DA2 6£288k88%
DA2 7£397k121%
DA2 8£311k95%
DA3 7£493k151%
DA3 8£382k117%
DA4 0£506k155%
DA4 9£326k100%
DA9 9£292k90%
ME1 1£307k94%
ME1 2£264k81%
ME1 3£298k91%
ME10 1£265k81%
ME10 2£231k71%
ME10 3£246k75%
ME10 4£258k79%
ME10 5£230k70%
ME11 5£197k60%
ME12 1£173k53%
ME12 2£233k71%
ME12 3£252k77%
ME12 4£306k94%
ME13 0£489k150%
ME13 7£288k88%
ME13 8£307k94%
ME13 9£472k144%
ME14 1£213k65%
ME14 2£266k82%
ME14 3£390k119%
ME14 4£470k144%
ME14 5£368k113%
ME15 0£483k148%
ME15 6£251k77%
ME15 7£280k86%
ME15 8£303k93%
ME15 9£315k96%
ME16 0£315k96%
ME16 8£221k68%
ME16 9£374k114%
ME17 1£389k119%
ME17 2£359k110%
ME17 3£380k116%
ME17 4£334k102%
ME18 5£459k141%
ME18 6£479k147%
ME19 4£463k142%
ME19 5£385k118%
ME19 6£416k127%
ME2 1£307k94%
ME2 2£247k76%
ME2 3£290k89%
ME2 4£269k82%
ME20 6£319k98%
ME20 7£293k90%
ME3 0£188k58%
ME3 7£369k113%
ME3 8£340k104%
ME3 9£289k88%
ME4 3£303k93%
ME4 4£239k73%
ME4 5£181k55%
ME4 6£248k76%
ME5 0£242k74%
ME5 7£212k65%
ME5 8£263k80%
ME5 9£316k97%
ME6 5£308k94%
ME7 1£195k60%
ME7 2£243k75%
ME7 3£383k117%
ME7 4£235k72%
ME7 5£196k60%
ME8 0£372k114%
ME8 6£257k79%
ME8 7£299k92%
ME8 8£304k93%
ME8 9£273k84%
ME9 0£464k142%
ME9 7£355k109%
ME9 8£342k105%
ME9 9£289k88%
TN1 1£502k154%
TN1 2£353k108%
TN10 3£415k127%
TN10 4£435k133%
TN11 0£418k128%
TN11 8£757k232%
TN11 9£565k173%
TN12 0£369k113%
TN12 5£421k129%
TN12 6£373k114%
TN12 7£639k196%
TN12 8£581k178%
TN12 9£495k151%
TN13 1£872k267%
TN13 2£655k200%
TN13 3£627k192%
TN14 5£481k147%
TN14 6£629k193%
TN14 7£620k190%
TN15 0£973k298%
TN15 6£514k157%
TN15 7£457k140%
TN15 8£435k133%
TN15 9£792k242%
TN16 1£561k172%
TN17 1£533k163%
TN17 2£628k192%
TN17 3£350k107%
TN17 4£428k131%
TN18 4£426k130%
TN18 5£592k181%
TN2 3£366k112%
TN2 4£490k150%
TN2 5£533k163%
TN23 1£198k61%
TN23 3£283k87%
TN23 4£263k80%
TN23 5£214k66%
TN23 6£227k69%
TN23 7£218k67%
TN24 0£245k75%
TN24 8£232k71%
TN24 9£310k95%
TN25 4£430k132%
TN25 5£500k153%
TN25 6£383k117%
TN25 7£313k96%
TN26 1£447k137%
TN26 2£392k120%
TN26 3£426k130%
TN27 0£496k152%
TN27 8£414k127%
TN27 9£445k136%
TN28 8£332k102%
TN29 0£261k80%
TN29 9£271k83%
TN3 0£754k231%
TN3 8£552k169%
TN30 6£404k124%
TN30 7£456k140%
TN4 0£437k134%
TN4 8£506k155%
TN4 9£404k124%
TN8 5£436k134%
TN8 6£439k134%
TN8 7£768k235%
TN9 1£339k104%
TN9 2£388k119%

Kent house prices compared to other counties

Comparison of the average property price and an average price percentage change by county. Price % change compares the average property price between March 2019 - February 2020 to the average price in the previous 12 months. The size of the circle shows the number of property transactions. The bigger the circle the higher the sales volumes in county.

Kent house prices compared to other countiesAverage price percentage change
Average property price

Kent house price rank

With the average price of £327k, Kent is the 12. most pricey county out of 55 England and Wales' counties.

Kent house price rank

Kent property sales share by price range

shows a number of properties sold in a given price range between March 2019 - February 2020.

Kent property sales share by price range
Property price rangeMarket shareSales volumes
under £50k0.1%15
£50k-£100k1.8%475
£100k-£150k5.6%1.5k
£150k-£200k12.6%3.4k
£200k-£250k18.6%4.9k
£250k-£300k18.0%4.8k
£300k-£400k22.3%5.9k
£400k-£500k10.1%2.7k
£500k-£750k7.8%2.1k
£750k-£1M2.0%534
over £1M1.2%309

Kent cost comparison of new homes and older homes

March 2019 - February 2020

Kent cost comparison of new homes and older homes

£362k

A newly built property

£322k

An established property

Kent cost comparison of houses and flats

March 2019 - February 2020

Kent cost comparison of houses and flats

£515k

Detached

£199k

Flat

£325k

Semi-Detached

£266k

Terraced

Kent real house prices

Yearly average nominal house prices adjusted for inflation.

Kent real house prices

Kent house prices compared to England & Wales' house prices

Yearly average nominal prices

Kent house prices

Kent square meter house prices compared to England & Wales' prices

Yearly average nominal prices per square meter.

Average price per square meter

Kent house prices and nearby counties

Yearly average nominal prices

Kent house prices and nearby counties

Kent house prices new vs established

Yearly average nominal prices. Graphs shows a difference between house prices of newly built properties and house prices of established residential properties.

Kent house prices new vs established

Kent house prices by property type

Yearly average nominal prices

Kent house prices by property type

Other reports for Kent county

new home prices

property transactions

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home features

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home energy certificates

crime statistics

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