It is no surprise that the best homes for young people tend to be in the north and east of England.
These are the areas that have seen the most growth in the population in the past decade, with young people making up more than half of the population, and the largest proportion of people aged 18-24.
These areas also have the highest proportion of students, and in these areas the average price of a home is $1,846, while in the south, where young people make up the largest share of the housing stock, the average is $2,085.
The average home price in the South West, which is one of the most expensive places in the UK, is just under $1m, while the average in the North East is just over $1.6m.
But the average home value in the East of England is also just under £300,000.
In the south-east, the home values are even more expensive, with the average selling price in Lincolnshire sitting at just over £500,000, which the average income in the region of £25,872.
These prices have been set by the Housing Market Index (HMIB), which uses data from the UK government’s Housing Price Index (HPI), and it is thought that the higher the value of a property, the higher its value, which in turn determines its market value.
A home with a value of £500k, which has a HPI value of 8, and which is the average value in Lincoln is now worth £9.7m.
It is important to note that HMIB is a value-weighted measure and so it is not perfect.
Home values in the market can go up or down, and this can have an impact on home prices.
However, it does provide an indication of the general level of interest in a property and helps to inform the purchase of a house.
A number of different measures have been developed to analyse the value and the impact of different factors such as the market, the cost of a mortgage, and other factors.
The main measure of value, HPI, uses the HPI to measure the average cost of an average mortgage, but it does not include the interest rate on the loan, so the value is more limited.
However it is useful for comparing the average market value of properties across different areas of the country, because it can show how much of a change in market value has occurred.
In this case, we can see that the value has been slightly reduced in Lincoln, and Lincoln has increased in value by 0.4% since the end of last year.
However in the same area as Lincoln, the price of homes in the neighbouring South West has increased by just over 0.3%.
It is clear that the area of Lincoln has had the biggest increase in the value.
However this does not necessarily mean that the prices in the area have increased, as the value for the area has decreased by 0,3%.
For comparison, the value in London, which contains the capital of the UK as well as the two largest cities, has increased a little over 0,1%.
The increase in Lincoln has come as a result of the rise in the price level in the capital, with a 1.7% increase in value.
The area of London is still the most affordable area in the country for younger people, but the cost has decreased.
The change in value in this area has led to a decline in the average rent, which now sits at just under 3,000 pounds a month.
However the price has decreased for younger tenants, and now the average rental price is just below the average of £1,700 a month in the Midlands.
There has been an increase in home prices in other parts of the North-east and South West.
This is not surprising as the areas in the two areas with the highest growth in population have experienced the biggest increases in population, with areas in North-West and South East having the largest increases.
In these areas, prices have increased by over 5% and the average mortgage is now £2,873.
However these areas are also among the least affordable in the world, with an average rent of just over 5,000 a month and an average monthly expenditure of just £838.
There are also a number of smaller price increases that have been noticed in the last year, and we can now see why this has been so important to the young people.
In 2016, the area where the most increase in prices was was the Midlands, where prices increased by 0%, and in 2017 it was the North West, where the largest increase was.
The most recent figures for 2017 are not yet available, but these are expected to be higher than last year’s increases.
It would appear that young people have chosen to move to these areas as their main destination in the future, and that the market has reacted accordingly. However