Our latest National Hotspots Index for Q3, 2015, was released last week, detailing that for the first time since we began collecting the data, property demand outside the capital was higher than in London. Bexley remained the hottest spot in the UK, while the North East remained home to some of the coldest spots.

Read the full article here.

The Emoov CEO appeared on a number of radio stations to discuss the findings.

The story was also featured in:

T Our latest Hotspots Index was featured in the Telegraph both in print and online, as an exclusive. The article opened with the news that London demand had fallen below national demand for the first time, before covering the rest of the research extensively.

Read the Telegraph


City A.M. also covered the research in both print and online, focussing on the
London drop, as well as the uplift in demand around the commuter belt.

Read City A.M.

The latest Emoov Hotspots Index was also covered via AOL Money, who described both Watford and Reading as unfashionable.

Read AOL



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