Property data for Cambridge

Prices, rents, yields, growth & much more for the city of Cambridge

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Cambridge is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, on the River Cam approximately 50 miles north of London. The University of Cambridge, founded in 1209, is one of the top five universities in the world, and Cambridge is also at the heart of the high-technology “Silicon Fen” with strengths in industries like software and bioscience.

The investment property market in Cambridge is diverse and busy. Long-let investment property can typically be filled with high-quality local tenants in a city where the higher education level is twice the national average, while the large student population ensures demand for student lets. With significant tourism, short/holiday let property should also be considered as an option.

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Postcode district Avg asking price Avg rental yield Sales per month Avg sold £/sqft Explore more
CB1 £462,324 3.4% 25 £497 Trend Explore
CB2 £501,090 4.2% 10 £468 Trend Explore
CB3 £578,744 3.9% 5 £510 Trend Explore
CB4 £394,465 3.2% 17 £445 Trend Explore
CB5 £447,869 3.2% 10 £441 Trend Explore
CB6 £324,983 3.4% 35 £275 Trend Explore
CB7 £306,527 3.8% 21 £286 Trend Explore
CB8 £334,121 3.5% 22 £290 Trend Explore
CB9 £289,899 3.4% 13 £275 Trend Explore
CB10 £490,913 2.6% 11 £369 Trend Explore
CB11 £502,740 2.9% 14 £370 Trend Explore
CB21 £494,903 - 9 £358 Trend Explore
CB22 £484,464 3.4% 12 £394 Trend Explore
CB23 £391,999 3.5% 23 £320 Trend Explore
CB24 £401,350 3.1% 25 £342 Trend Explore
CB25 £405,051 - 13 £340 Trend Explore

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