Why spend a fortune when you can bag one of these bargain abodes?
If you’re struggling to get a foot on the elusive property ladder, these bargain homes could be just the ticket. With sellers desperately slashing their prices to tempt buyers, now is a great time to see what budget buys are out there.
Some require development and a lick of paint, while others offer shared equity, but all of them provide a very affordable way to buy a piece of the property pie…
Found within walking distance of Cannon Hill Park and the local cricket ground, this end of terrace pad in Birmingham is in a very sociable position and boasts a secluded garden with plenty of trees, greenery and a rear garage.
Inside, accommodation includes a hall, reception room and a kitchen on the ground floor, while upstairs are two bedrooms and a bathroom. Buyers should note that the kitchen in the property is smoke damaged and the interior is in need of some attention.
The property is on Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham and is for auction with Bond Wolfe Auctions with a guide price of £20,000.
With a little imagination, this semi-detached property could be rather special thanks to an array of period features, from stained glass windows to ceiling roses, cornicing and alcoves. Set back from the road and offering a sizeable front garden with plenty of greenery, it’s a spacious family home with lots of potential.
The property is in Mavis Gardens, Oldbury and is offered for auction with Bond Wolf Auctions with a guide price of £19,000-£24,000.
A terraced property with a smart blue door, this brick home is currently listed for under £26,000 but at that price, it’s expected to move quickly.
Accommodation consists of an entrance hall, lounge and a kitchen/diner, with three bedrooms upstairs and a yard to the rear.
The property is on Twelfth Street, Horden and is listed on Zoopla for £25,995.
This one is slightly over budget, but we couldn’t resist including it. An immaculate townhouse with three bedrooms, this is a fantastic way for first-time buyers to invest their money.
The £32,000 doesn’t buy you the whole thing though, as the price tag only covers 25% ownership, with a £750 incentive on completion.
Stunning accommodation includes an entrance hall with a downstairs WC, large living room and an open plan kitchen/diner, while upstairs are three bedrooms and a modern bathroom.
Outside is an enclosed rear garden that’s laid to lawn and ideal for families.
The property is in Davy Close, Ollerton, Newark and is offered for sale with 25% ownership through Your Move.
Just under a mile from Chester city centre, this well-presented ground floor flat has everything a first-time buyer needs.
Close to the station and local amenities, the modern property is superbly located and consists of an entrance hall, open-plan living/dining room and kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The apartment is offered for sale with 40% ownership, allowing those with smaller deposits to take full advantage.
The property is located in The Quarter, Egerton Street, Chester and is listed on Rightmove.
Another bargain property in the north-east of England, this starter house has enough room for a small family or would work well as a rental property.
The interior is in good condition and looks recently decorated, so you shouldn't have to fork out too much to get it move-in ready. The house is freehold and features a lounge with a characterful fireplace, plus a narrow kitchen and a family bathroom.
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