The 11 cheapest places to buy a home in Liverpool revealed - with average prices ranging from £80k to £123k
With property prices rising higher than the UK average, which parts of Liverpool are the most affordable for those looking to buy a house?
Liverpool property prices continue to buck the national trend and have risen by more than the UK average once again, the latest official figures show.
The average Liverpool house price in July was £177,224, Land Registry data reveals – a 0.7% increase on June. This is a greater rise than across the North West, where prices increased by 0.3%, and above the 0.5% rise for the UK as a whole.
Over the last year, the average sale price of property in Liverpool rose by £1,500 - an 0.8% increase. First-time buyers in the city spent an average of £156,220 on their property – £960 more than a year ago.
But, with prices on the increase, which parts of Liverpool are the most affordable for those looking to buy a house?
The Office for National Statistics releases highly localised figures showing how sale prices vary across England’s suburbs, towns and villages.
The latest set of figures pinpoint the parts of Liverpool which had the cheapest homes, on average, last year. The figures are the median price, and encompass all home types and sizes.