How Much Will My House Be Worth in 10 Years?


Whether you’re looking to buy your first home or move to a new one, you might want to look into the sold house prices in the desired area. That’s one of the best ways to gain a better insight into the local real estate market and plan your budget accordingly.

You can seek help from a real estate agent, but you’d have to pay certain agent fees.

If you want to know how much your chosen property will be worth a decade or more from now, you’d have to ensure your agent has the right knowledge and data to run an accurate estimate. Such an estimate can help you make a smarter purchasing decision because you may decide to sell your home at some point.

At Property Price Advice, you don’t need to consult with an agent to estimate your home’s value. There are no fees for checking sold property prices either or any other fees for using our online calculators.

To help you avoid agent fees for real estate valuations, we’ve looked into the latest predictions based on the housing market’s past property prices. They’ll give you an idea of your home’s future value and help you make the right purchasing decision.

UK house price forecasts

Before we delve deeper into the UK property price predictions based on historical data, let’s see how you can calculate your home’s potential value.

How to calculate the future value of your home

To estimate what your home might be worth in any number of years, you need the following two formulas:

Capital Growth = (1 + Annual Appreciation Rate)Years

Future Value = Capital Growth x Current Value

If you’re not sure about the annual appreciation rate, you can reach out to a local agent with access to up-to-date information. The annual average is about 3.5–3.8%, but an agent can give you more accurate information.

If you come to an unfavourable estimate, don’t let it discourage you from buying a desired home, as there are many ways to add value to your home.

Do house prices really double every 10 years in the UK?

No, they don’t. If they did, the growth rate would need to be about the same every year, and it’s not.

Take a look at the average UK property prices overtime to get a better idea:

  • 1980: £19,273
  • 1985: £27,823
  • 1990: £58,250
  • 1995: £55,437
  • 2000: £75,630
  • 2005: £158,572
  • 2010: £167,469
  • 2015: £190,665
  • 2020: £239,927

As you can see, the average prices have more than doubled just a few times over the years, if you look at them by decade. Those include the 1980–1990, 1985–1995, and 1995–2005 time periods. The only time when the prices dipped was 1995 (5%).

House price predictions for the next five years

According to the latest property price analysis, UK home prices could rise by 21.5% in the next five years.

Thanks to the extended stamp duty holiday and repeated lockdowns, the prices could rise by 9% in 2021, before rising by another 3.5% in 2022.

By 2025, they could reach £251,476 by 2025, before smashing the £280,000 threshold by 2026.

How much will a house cost in 2040?

The latest forecasts show that the average price of a home in the UK will be £335,971.

How much will a house cost by 2050?

By 2050, buying a home in the UK might cost an average of £392,301, which would mark a 64% increase in 30 years.

House prices over the past 10 years


According to the UK House Price Index, the average home prices over the past decade were as follows:

  • 2011: £167,888
  • 2012: £168,555
  • 2013: £172,889
  • 2014: £186,769
  • 2015: £190,665
  • 2016: £211,724
  • 2017: £221,402
  • 2018: £228,649
  • 2019: £231,215
  • 2020: £239,927

The latest UK House Price Index report shows that the average prices increased by 8% over the year to July 2021, reaching £256,000. That’s a £19,000 increase, compared to the same period in 2020. It’s also a slight decrease from June 2021, when the average prices rose by 13.1% and reached a record £265,000.

Despite seeing the lowest annual growth over the year (7%), England still has the highest average home prices (£271,000). With a slightly higher annual growth rate (9%), Northern Ireland stands at £153,000.

Wales comes in at £188,000, with an annual growth rate of 11.6%, while the average home prices in Scotland are £177,000, increased by 14.6% from 2020.

Find out the future value of your home with our free online calculators


“How much will my house be worth in 10 years?” is one of the most common questions we get from first-time homebuyers. The answer to that question can help you buy the right property and secure a favourable mortgage.

Use our free online tools below to find out how much your home will be worth in a decade.

Valuation calculator

Our free valuation calculator uses advanced algorithms and statistical models to provide real-time property values. It uses the latest Land Registry data to factor in local market conditions, recently sold prices in your chosen area and average prices of similar neighbouring properties.

To get an accurate valuation, enter the postcode in the search box, and share your home specifications with us, such as the number of rooms and the home’s age. We’ll provide you with an instant valuation and send a copy to your inbox.


We’ve joined forces with real estate agents at Yopa, who can assist you further when buying your new home. They can estimate your home’s worth in a decade or more from now and share advice on maximising its value.

Budget calculator

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’re looking to move to a new home, our Budget Calculator can help you plan your finances. It can help you determine your budget and find matching properties in the desired area.

Once you pick the right home, we can help you find the best mortgage deal to climb up the property ladder quickly.

To get an accurate budget estimate, specify your current salary and deposit, and tell us more about your needs. Once we send you the estimate, we’ll provide you with the best mortgage deals from our reliable mortgage partners.

Sold house prices

Having an insight into the recently sold home prices in your desired area will help you avoid overpaying for a property.

At Property Price Advice, we use the latest HM Land Registry data to provide up-to-date, accurate information on sold prices in England and Wales (sometimes in Scotland as well).

With our free UK price checker in your corner, you can figure out your home’s current value and estimate its potential worth in one, two, or more decades from now.

Remortgaging calculator

Remortgaging can be a great way to free up some cash for, say, home improvements that will increase your property’s value.

If you’re considering a remortgage, our Remortgaging Calculator can come in handy. It can help you find out if there may be room for saving up on your monthly mortgage payments.

To find out how much you can save by remortgaging, specify your home’s current value, your outstanding mortgage amount, the current monthly mortgage payment, and the remaining mortgage term. Tell us if your mortgage is interest-only, and get an instant estimate of your potential savings.

Final thoughts

When buying a new home, it’s vital to look at historical data and market trends, as they can give you a better picture of the market. Together with the latest price forecasts, they can help you figure out your potential home’s future value so that you can make a wise purchasing decision.

At Property Price Advice, you’ll always get accurate market data and valuations, because we use only the latest real estate data from the HM Land Registry. We can even provide you with a comprehensive Market Trends Report to help you learn more about the local market conditions.

If you’d like to consult an expert before purchasing, we’ll be more than happy to connect you with our trusted partners.

Our Yopa agents can give you a free home valuation and offer a range of other services, including expert real estate advice and top ways to maximise your home’s value. Our Shop Around Finance partners can give you free advice on mortgages and moving house.