223: UK House Price Maps - crash, boom, negative equity, income...
We thought our visitors would probably appreciate viewing the house price maps available for your analysis of which areas, regions and town are suffering the most and which areas may survive better than most in the current market downturn. You should be able to absorb this data to judge whether are particlar area is at risk or not. We hope you find these maps helpful to build into your property investment strategies.
House Price to Income map of England
London Congestion Charge Map
London Deprived Area Map
London Poverty Map
London Income Map and Industrial Site - note correlation between industry and income - For the curious the dark blue patch to the SW of London is sleepy Leatherhead-Ashtead. No industry, only service sector jobs and commuters into Waterloo
Property Heat map East London available from www.Mouseprice.com
Property heat map Bradford to Manchester region available from www.Mouseprice.com
Property Heat Map of the UK from www.Mouseprice.com
House Price map - Boom (winners) and Stagnation (Losers) in 2007
London travel time map - also has a fairly large impact on London's house prices
House Price Crash Risk (Spectator) - most at risk areas for price corrections
World House Price asset value - described by area - note how large the UK is compared to the population and geographic area of the country
London Travel Time Map
First Time Buyer Average Price Rises 1997-2007
Council Tax Map
House Price Hotspots - Boom Map April to Oct 2007 in UK (London and the SE and Cumbria were hotspots)
London and SE England Incomes against mortage costs (2001)
House Price Boom in UK, France and other countries - www.economist.com
For UK investors, one look at this chart is enough to give the spooks. Especilly when compared with Germany and USA.
Poverty in the UK Map
London Map - Very Rich (Chelsea, Kensington, Mayfair) and the rest! Same today as it was in 1800. We - one day may be we will live in the Very Rich part - we've alway fancied a flat in Mayfair (can't get much better - no wander it's so expensive - it's a such super place...)
London Tube Map
London Tube Map
IQ Map of the World - for your interest - frankly we're not sure whether this map has any merits but its of interest all the same. It compares incomes versus IQ. In theory, the higher the income, the better the education and the higher the IQ (and higher the house prices). This is going a bit far we admit, but education is a key factor in both incomes/business and hence house prices.
One interesting observation though is that China has a relatively low income but the highest IQ - so expect house prices in China too shoot up in the next 20 years as the country industrialises - the improving eduation, hard work and new business will benefit the country hugely.
Tourist Map London
London Street Map for Tourists
House Price Averages UK
Rail Map London
London Underground Map