House prices continue to rise

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House prices have continued to rise in Oxfordshire, bucking the national trend.

Latest figures from the Land Registry show the average price of a county property in August was £242,808, a rise of 0.4 per cent on the previous month.

The last time the figure rose to that level was in May 2008 and values have increased by £6,444 in the last year.

Nationally, house prices stayed static.

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