Our Premier League Property Table provided an alternative league standing by ranking the 20 teams based on the average house price around their stadiums.
London dominated the top end, with Spurs finally securing that top six place, whilst Liverpool and Everton propped up the bottom of the table.
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The Independent & Independent i covered the alternative Premier League table in print, as part of their Home Front section.
The Mirror.co.uk and the Mirror Ireland featured our full Premier League Property table as part of a wider article on the approaching start of the 2015/16 Premier League season.
The Evening Standard were the first to run our alternative Premier League table, ranking each of the 20 teams on the average house price in the surrounding areas.