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Our very own town of Portslade has been recognised as one of the most affordable seaside spots for home buyers in the South East. Bognor, Worthing, Eastbourne and Hastings all feature too.

Investors in property within Portslade will have seen an average 44.2% growth in their home value in the last 10 years. The average growth for the South East is 19% in the last 10 years so this really is an impressive figure.

But despite this growth Portslade still remains an affordable alternative to neighboring areas like Brighton, Hove and Shoreham.

If you’re considering purchasing in Portslade here are a few things to consider.

Public Transport – Portslade is served by Brighton & Hove buses meaning that while you might be a few more stops away from the bustling City center you can still benefit from the reliable service and buses every 10 minutes! Portslade train station also offers an impressive service ensuring that whether you are travelling for business or pleasure you’ll be able to do this from your doorstep.


5–11 : St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Portslade Infants School, St Nicolas CofE Junior School, Benfield Junior School, Mile Oak Primary School, Peter Gladwin Primary School.

11+ : King’s School, Portslade Aldridge Community Academy.

11+ : King’s School, Portslade Aldridge Community Academy.

Crime – In the past year crime in Portslade has been considered a medium threat with the majority of offences being related to anti-social behavior. This mirrors that of areas in Hove.

If you are thinking of buying in Portslade as a first time buyer or for a buy to let investment these case studies can help your research.