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Survey of Pub Prices 2014

05 December 2014Survey of prices Topics: Agency, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Leeds, London, Manchester, Pubs & Bars, Rental, Scotland, Sold, Sudbury, Survey
Survey of Pub Prices 2014

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Welcome to Fleurets' annual Survey of Pub Prices which contains statistics and analysis of the sales and lettings of public houses we concluded in the year to September 2014.

The last 12 months has seen a turning point in activity, involving the switch from being a market dominated by large volumes of predominantly forced or distressed disposals, to being a divided market with regional discrepancies in activity levels and transactional characteristics.

With improving trading figures, growing confidence, increases in residential prices and continued low interest rates, conditions have been ripe for a growth in value, but with the availability of finance continuing to be restricted and varying states of economic recovery around the country, the changes in sale prices we have experienced has been regionally inconsistent.

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National

  • Average combined freehold sales price up 15%.
  • 28% decrease in sales volume.
  • Average leasehold sale price up 23%.

Bottom-end freeholds

  • Average sale price £243,582 (up 12%).
  • North up 9%.
  • South up 12%.
  • Sales volume down 25% (greater in the North).
  • 57% of sales in the North (from 60%).
  • Growth greatest in South Coast (29%) & East (24%).

Freehouses

  • Average sale price £726,862 (up 24.8%).
  • North down 18%.
  • South up 32%.
  • Sales volume down 25% (South 20% North 43%).
  • Multiple of FMT (Fair Maintainable Trade) up in the South but down in the North.


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Simon Hall

Simon Hall

Director & Head of Agency

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