Your Move Brighton and Hove Local Area Guide

How is the Brighton and Hove property market performing?

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Average property price in Brighton and Hove

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Brighton and Hove covers.
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Average rental price in Brighton and Hove

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Brighton and Hove in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Brighton?


Brighton is the largest town on the South Coast and has a vibrant and bustling vibe. The town is incredibly environmentally driven, its constituency is the only one held in the UK by the Green Party. A popular holiday destination for generations, the coastal town has been attracting around 8 million tourists per annum since hospitality records began. There is plenty going on all year round, including local markets and various festivals.

Popular attractions include the world famous Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion, which is the former residence of The Prince Regent no less. Brighton Marina is a working harbour today and has many apartments located in the vicinity. Moving further out of the city you will find an array of larger residential properties.



The area boasts two outstanding major universities, The University of Brighton which is spread over four campuses and The University of Sussex, a public research university. If you are looking for student accommodation, there are various options in and around the institutes as well as the town centre.



Brighton is home to a number of high profile business headquarters including American Express, in Kemptown. Those wishing to commute into the capital for work will have no problem. Travelling into London on one of the four hourly ‘fast train’ services takes just 55 minutes to London Victoria Station. In addition to this, there are eight trains an hour to London Gatwick and this service takes only 23 minutes



There is always something to do in Brighton and Hove. Local foodies would recommend the award winning Cin Cin Italian Bar and Kitchen and for fine dining Isaac At which has some wonderful 5 star reviews and no doubt you will be made very welcome.



For the sports lovers, Brighton and Hove Albion F.C. play at the impressive AMEX Stadium, additionally Sussex Cricket Club plays its home matches in the County Cricket Ground in Hove. There is also a renowned annual marathon and other sporting events regularly held across the county.



If you are looking for a new build, development in Brighton is booming, including the Brighton Marina, Hannington and surrounding The Lanes.

Whether you are searching for a bijoux 1 bed flat, a modern new build apartment, a house or a piece of land, Lewis and the team will be very happy to discuss how they can help you in your property search.