You will find that the quickest and easiest way to buy repossessed property in Brighton and Hove is by browsing the Repolist database. We have one of the most comprehensive list of repossessed properties in Brighton and Hove that is available on the internet. This database of repossessions is continuously updated in real-time. The purpose of this guide is to try and give you an insight into Brighton and Hove and to help you decide whether its the best buy to let investment for you.
Mansions, town houses, detached properties, semi-detached and terraced... Houses in Brighton come in all sizes and styles, and the choice of flats is equally diverse. Singles, couples and families can find their ideal home in Brighton, with property prices being varied enough to suit a range of budgets.
Average Price of House or Flat
Last year most property sales in Brighton involved flats which sold for on average £247,845. Terraced properties sold for an average price of £404,636, while semi-detached properties fetched £417,188.
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