Several property types hit their highest ever prices in June, while the 'average' home shooting up to £629,000 - around £100,000 more than at the same point last year.
The 18% price hike was documented in new figures released today by Statistics Jersey. They also showed number of properties that changed hands in the second quarter of this year was 134% higher than at the same point in 2020 and 47% higher than in the previous quarter.
A total of 472 properties were sold between March and June - more than double the number sold in the same quarter last year, corresponding to an additional 270 properties. It was also 47% more than in the previous quarter.
The majority of the transactions (40%) involved properties over £1.3m.
Pictured: The average property price in the second quarter was £629,000, 18% more than last year.
All property types saw their prices increase, with several reaching their highest mean price to date in the previous quarter.
One-bedroom flats reached £315,000, £21,000 more than in the previous quarter. 19% of those sold in the second quarter were worth between £300,001 and £325,000.
Two-bedroom flats reached just under half a million (£494,000) after a £35,000 price jump. 28% sold between £410,001 and £455,000.
The mean price for two-bedroom homes reached £566,000, £34,000 higher than in the previous quarter, with 24% selling between £460,001 and £520,000.
Three-bedroom houses also reached their highest mean price seen to date, £806,000, nearly £100,000 more than in the previous quarter.
A quarter of them sold for prices between £600,001 and £680,000.
Four-bedroom homes topped £1,277,000, £143,000 higher than in the previous quarter and the highest mean price for this property type recorded to date.
Pictured: The mix-adjusted average price for Jersey is greater than anywhere in the UK.
Calculated using the methodology implemented in Guernsey, the mix-adjusted average price of properties sold in Jersey in the most recent quarter was £699,000.
This figure is £193,000 higher than the mix-adjusted average price of Local Market properties sold in Guernsey of £506,000.
The mix-adjusted average price for Jersey was greater than that of London and more than twice that of the UK and England.
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