Demand for London homes
dropped in the second quarter of
this year.
But, despite this, two of the capital’s
boroughs topped the charts in terms
of growing interest.
Appetite for houses in the capital
shrunk by two per cent between the
first and second quarter to 39 per
cent, according to Emoov’s National
Hotspots Index.
– but no movement in London
Nationwide , the demand percentage
was up three per cent during the
period to 40 per cent. Excluding
London, the figure was 41 per cent, an
increase of eight per cent.
However, the London boroughs of
Kingston Upon Thames and
Southwark were the biggest climbers
between the first and second quarters,
up 59 per cent and 47 per cent
They were followed by several areas
in the North East of England, including
Stockton-on-Tees, North Tyneside and