East London boroughs are among the highest performers for both historic and potential future house price growth, according to a new borough by borough analysis of the residential housing market in the capital.

In addition, demand for private rental housing, particularly in central London, contributes to positive forecasts for rental growth across London, according to the research from real estate form CBRE.

According to Jennet Siebrits, UK head of residential research at CBRE, it demonstrates the breadth of the London housing market. ‘Residential property in London reflects the city’s diverse demographics and budgets; from properties for first time buyers, family homes, high end properties and an expanding private rental sector,’ she said.

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