House prices in the UK are sky high meaning that many of us are unable to get on the property ladder.
Or, if you’re able, you have to take out a huge mortgage.
But, there are some properties on sale right now that you could pay off within a few years.
One such property is a terraced house in Manchester which is going up for auction with a guide price of just £19,000 to £24,000.
What a bargain!
But, the auctioneers, Bond Wolfe, have said the place is “in need of refurbishment”, reports MEN.
The house is listed as an “end terraced property standing flush to the pavement”.
It has a hall, two living rooms, a kitchen, pantry and under-stairs storage on the first floor.
On the second floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
And, there’s even a garden at the back of the property.
Close to St. Thomas C.E. Primary, the property is five minutes from Leigh town centre, so Spinning Gate shopping centre, Leigh Market, Aldi, Tesco and Lidl are within reach for future occupants.
That’s a sizeable home for a family – and all for less than £25,000.
The auctioneers have not shared any images of inside the property, reports the Metro.
The average price for a property in Manchester is £209,160 as of November this year, according to Zoopla.
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Terraced homes of this size usually sell for an average of £158,879, reports the Metro.
So if you have the cash to spend on a house then this could be a bargain – although make sure you have enough to refurbish the inside too!
The house could go for more than stated on the guide price, but that’s always a possibility.
And, unless otherwise stated, each sale at auction carries an admin fee of £1,440.
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