Solid suburban resi market outperforms core

When Peckham’s house prices start outperforming Chelsea’s you know something is amiss.

Compared with its hot-headed cousin in the flashy core, London’s suburban residential market has been solid, dependable and ever-so-slightly boring, but that is changing.

A map of the capital’s house price growth at the end of 2013 shows the core painted red, with the leafy outer boroughs bathed in green. Do the same for 2014 and it…

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