Do you live in a London commuter hotspot?
New research has been released revealing the ten apparently top locations to live if you need to travel to and from London to work.
The findings from a credit report company based its rankings on journey time, the cost of a season ticket and average house prices.
With travel time into Liverpool Street at 26 minutes and a yearly pass priced at just over £2,200, Cheshunt in Hertfordshire came top.
It's not the only location in the county named a 'hotspot', Waltham Cross and Hatfield also feature within the top five.
At the bottom of the list was Baldock, also in Hertfordshire, where the cost of a season ticket is almost £4,500 and the journey into the capital takes 39 minutes.
The list in full:
- 1: Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
- 2: Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
- 3: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
- 4: Hatfield, Hertfordshire
- 5: Gravesend, Kent
- 6: Broxbourne, Hertfordshire
- 7: Watford Junction, Hertfordshire
- 8: Basingstoke, Hampshire
- 9: Overton, Hampshire
- 10: Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
- 11: Harlow, Essex
- 12: Didcot Parkway, Oxfordshire
- 13: Purfleet, Essex
- 14: Rayleigh, Essex
- 15: Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
- 16: Ebbsfleet, Kent
- 17: Walton-on-Thames, Surrey
- 18: Staines, Middlesex
- 19: Maidenhead, Berkshire
- 20: Hitchin, Hertfordshire
- 21: Slough, Berkshire
- 22: Epsom, Surrey
- 23: Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire
- 24: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
- 25: Baldock, Hertfordshire
Mark Moloney, CEO of TotallyMoney, said:
"With London property and living prices showing no signs of cheapening, the study provides would-be homebuyers with data that can guide decisions on where to buy property, without sacrificing the excellent job opportunities only the Capital can offer."