Sunday 25 September 2022 02:14 PM More than a third of top 1,000 most expensive properties were made outside of ... trends now

Sunday 25 September 2022 02:14 PM More than a third of top 1,000 most expensive properties were made outside of ... trends now
Sunday 25 September 2022 02:14 PM More than a third of top 1,000 most expensive properties were made outside of ... trends now

Sunday 25 September 2022 02:14 PM More than a third of top 1,000 most expensive properties were made outside of ... trends now

More than a third of top 1,000 most expensive properties were made outside of London, figures show as increasing numbers of wealthy homeowners ditch life in London for countryside post lockdown The City's richest men and women are leaving the capital for the Home Counties  Million-pound properties outside of London grew for the first time in seven years The rich are prioritising green spaces instead of the bustle of inner city London

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London-based home-buyers are moving out of the Capital and fleeing to the leafy Home Counties, research suggests. 

The City's richest men and women are looking around for more rural and suburban homes in the likes of Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire.

More than 34 per cent of the top 1,000 most expensive home purchases in Britain were made outside of London - a bumper 45 per cent bounce in 12 months, according to Search Acumen, a prop tech company.

Earlier this year it was found that the number of million-pound properties grew for the first time since 2015, with one in 42 homes worth £1million or more, the Telegraph reported.  

The City's richest men and women are looking around for more rural and suburban homes in the likes of Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire

The City's richest men and women are looking around for more rural and suburban homes in the likes of Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire

Research suggests tenants are longing for more green space since after lockdown confined people to their home. 

More working professionals are spending a greater amount of time in their digs with a third of people continuing to work from home for a chunk of the week. 

Three years ago only 15 per cent of the most expensive sales were made outside of the City. 

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