Figures have shown that youthful and ambitious workers are flocking to Wimbledon despite the high property prices.
This group was largely referred to as “yuppies” in the height of the 1980s – and it appears they’re still very upwardly mobile and striving for the best.
The research by Lloyds Bank, was based on figures from the Land Registry and looked at the number of home purchases made by career-minded 25 to 44 year olds.
Half of the most popular areas for the whole country were in South West London, with yuppies apparently paying a 63 premium over other homes in the same city.
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