GROSS RENT / YIELD
£5,400 / 6.8%
NET RENT / YIELD
£4,148 / 5.2%
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Prices in NP11 have increased 27% over the last 5 years (+1% over the last 12 months) and are £116k which varies by property type (£100k for a 1-bed flat to £332k for a 5-bed terraced property (this area has insufficient data for detached).
On average, there have been 38 properties sold per month in the area in the last 12 months.
In comparison, prices in the wider Newport NP postcode area are £152k (+2% over the last 12 months) and range between £89k for a 1-bed flat to £423k for a 5-bed detached property.
Rents in NP11 are now at £519 per month (£6,228 pa) (+6% over the last 12 month).
On average, there have been 14 properties listed for rent per month in the area in the last 12 months.
Given prices in the area, gross yield is currently 5.6% which is higher than the national average of 4.7% and the wider Newport NP postcode area of 5.1%.
This property is currently achieving a gross yield of 6.8% which is 18% higher than the area.
Source: REalyse - 16/04/2019
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