The value of properties in the UK is not just determined by brick and mortar but by location, location, location. For investors this is a key point as the investment growth on a property purchased in a good location for the highly sought after schools would see a favourable rise than properties located at a considerable distance.
This week, new research reveals parents face paying an average of £53,000 more to live near one of England's top 30 state schools - of which grammar schools dominate the top 10. "The truth is that we already have selection in our school system - and it's selection by house price, selection by wealth. That is simply unfair," says May