The World Cup is over and as football fans eagerly await the start of the Premier League kick off, leading online estate agent eMoov.co.uk has created the Premier League Property Table. The table shifts the bragging rights away from high fliers such as last season’s runners up Liverpool and champions Man City with QPR Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs taking the coveted top spots in the league table.
The fierce rivalry between the two Manchester clubs continues in the Premier League Property Table with bragging rights going to Manchester United who finish in 10th position. The riches enjoyed by Manchester City doesn’t translate to the value of the property in the surrounding postcode. The average property price in the area is £113,505 with property surrounding Old Trafford more valuable at £193,372.
People who own property in Chelsea should be happy as it is nearly 18 times more expensive than the people of Merseyside. Chelsea top the Premier League Property Table with the average property next to Stamford Bridge costing a whopping £1.4 million.
In the battle of the midlands clubs, new comers to the Premier League this season Leicester have the highest property value of £222,962. West Brom are 5 places higher than then city rivals Aston Villa with Stoke in the middle ranked 14th in the table.
At the bottom of the table both Merseyside clubs, Everton and Liverpool both face “property relegation” with the price of property in the areas being the lowest in the entire league at £81,892.
Arsenal manage to pip north London rivals Tottenham again in the Premier League Property Table, but Spurs fans will be happy after finally succeeding to claim 4th spot, something they wish they could replicate on the pitch.
Property Expert Russell Quirk of eMoov.co.uk started: “There’s a gulf in wealth within the Premier League and this is no different in the eMoov Premier League Property Table.”