The attraction of Crossrail amongst homebuyers might be diminishing. That is in keeping with the newest analysis by London lettings and property agent, Benham and Reeves.
The survey reveals that at least 20 Crossrail stations have seen the annual price of home value progress inside their respective postcodes path that of the broader native authorities they’re positioned inside.
Home costs throughout the E14 postcode, house to the Canary Wharf Crossrail station, have fallen by 17% within the final yr, whereas Whitechapel’s E1 postcode has seen a 1% discount. Because of this, each Crossrail stations path the broader borough of Tower Hamlets the place the typical home value has elevated by 10% yearly.
Property values surrounding at least 18 different Crossrail stations have additionally underperformed when in comparison with their wider native authorities – Gidea Park, Acton Major Line, Southall, Woolwich, Customized Home, Twyford, Studying, Tottenham Courtroom Highway, Stratford, Maryland, Langley, Abbey Wooden, Slough, Burnham, Goodmayes, Seven Kings, Manor Park and Harold Wooden.
The very best performing Crossrail station over the past yr has been Romford. Not solely have home costs throughout the RM1 postcode elevated by 14% yr on yr – the very best price of progress of all stations – the postcode has additionally outperformed the broader borough of Havering by 9.6%.
Liverpool Avenue station has seen the second largest outright annual price of home value progress at 12%, outperforming the broader Metropolis of London by 2.9%.
Home costs surrounding the Forest Gate Crossrail station are up 9% yr on yr, the third highest annual price of progress. On the identical time, property values throughout the broader borough of Newham have cooled by 0.1%, which means Forest Gate home costs have outperformed the broader borough by 9.1%.
Property values surrounding Farringdon station are up 6% versus a 2.6% drop throughout the borough of Islington.
Maidenhead’s SL6 postcode has seen a 5% leap versus a 1.4% decline throughout Windsor and Maidenhead as a complete; and RM6, house to Chadwell Heath Crossrail station, is up 6% versus a 0.3% decline throughout the borough of Redbridge.