With excitement hotting up ahead of the new Premiership season, Cow has managed to net an absolute stunner before a ball has even been kicked in anger – getting almost blanket coverage for today’s scoop on the WAG Pad Premier League with our client, and leading property website, Zoopla.co.uk!
Using statistics provided entirely by zoopla.co.uk, we got down and dirty researching location and average house values to ensure that the Abbey Clanceys and Christine Bleakleys of this world know exactly where the hottest locations are should their other halves find themselves on the end of a big money move. You’re welcome ladies!
And with The Daily Mirror, The Times, The Daily Express, The Mail Online, The Mirror Online, The Express Online and The Metro, not to mention half a page in the Daily Star, all getting onboard to share our juicy findings – we hope that some of them have taken note. After all, what would a WAG do without the knowledge that with an average house price of £1.4million, footballing hotspot Oxshott is the UK’s number one, most exclusive WAG location – or the fact that wantaway striker Carlos Tevez’s house in Prestbury could just be the WAG transfer coup of the summer with a likely asking price of around £5million.
Nick Leeming, Business Development Director, Zoopla.co.uk said: “Like the best footballers, the exclusive homes tend to be snapped up quickly by those who can afford them and want to make a statement about their spending power. To afford a place in Oxshott the likelihood is you’d need to be on a Premier League salary to get a sniff of anything on the market. If you fancy living somewhere with nail bars and boutiques packed with WAGS but can’t afford a palace, the best place in terms of value is definitely the North West.”