The biggest house price discounts in Oxfordshire are in the OX2 (Oxford) postcode, according to new research.

House selling firm Property Solvers has revealed the areas in Oxfordshire where home sellers have been reducing their prices the most.

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Tracking 1,473 property transactions between July 2020 and July 2021, the company's monthly updated 'asking vs sold' price difference tool shows the average differences between asking prices on Rightmove and their actual sold prices lodged at the HM Land Registry.

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Across Oxford, 86 sellers were knocking off an average of £34,644 (or 4.02 per cent) from the initial asking price in the 12 months to July 2021.

Over the same period, the lowest hits on price were seen in OX39 (Chinnor), where 16 home sellers reduced their properties by an average of £6,125 (or 1.44 per cent) to get the sale going.

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The data monitors the entire house sale process from initial listing, viewings, negotiation, offers, agreement through to the survey process, conveyancing, exchange and finally completion.

Use this map to see which areas have the biggest and smallest discounts and what the price difference is.

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