The Times, Bricks & Mortar, 23 September 2016

23rd September 2016

“It is quality of life, schools and value for money,” says Mark Crampton, of Middleton Advisors in The Times newspaper's Bricks and Mortar section, explaining why people move to the Surrey commuter belt. While the average price for a detached home might be higher than the London average, you get more for your money. A house in Fulham might cost £2,000 a sq ft while one in Cobham might be nearer to £1,000 a sq ft. “It tends to be families and they are looking for places with a community, good schools and decent housing stock.”

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