It pays to live in Portsmouth

Pictured is: (middle) Robert Pressley, managing director of Angela Coaches and Paula Roe, managing director of Angela Holidays, with David Spencer's daughters (left) Elizabeth Pritchard (46), (right) Vicky Spencer (36) and her daughter Adriana Daborn (3).  Picture: Sarah Standing (170508-219)

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HOUSE prices in cities have reached an all-time high in comparison to similar houses in the countryside, figures release by Halifax have shown.

City house prices across the UK have gone up by £131 a week in the last decade – seven per cent more than the average home in more rural areas.

Despite the rise, Portsmouth is still a much cheaper place to buy a home than in the rest of Hampshire.

Homes in the city typically cost £141,871 which is 31 per cent below usual levels for the county.

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