London Borough of Haringey, where White Hart Lane is located enjoys fastest rise in house prices of any location in football’s Premier League.
The 32% rise in prices in Haringey over the past year means the average house in the borough now costs £513,435. In joint second place were Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, which both lie in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, with a 27% rise. However, if the table was based on house prices alone, the two clubs would be top of the league with the average house in Kensington and Fulham costing £760,144.
With the top six teams in the league all lying inside London, the highest team from outside the capital were Swansea City in a surprise seventh place, with a rise in prices of 18%.
However, this is one of the few Premier Leagues in which Manchester had no representation in the top half of the table, with both clubs in equal 12th position after price rises of 11% over the past 12 months. In terms of the actual price of a house, Manchester United have the bragging rights as their ground is technically in the borough of Trafford, which enjoys prices £21,000 higher (£228,896) than in Manchester itself (£207,904), where the Etihad Stadium is located.
With a 5% rise in prices, Leicester, which is where EH International’s Primus Place student housing product is located came in 16th place, while Newcastle, Burnley and Hull City were relegated with price rises of 3%, 2% and zero respectively. In terms of the actual value of houses in the city’s however, Stoke City, Hull City and Burnley finished in the bottom three positions.