The house portal Zoopla has collected data and confirmed that from the area’s within the Black Country and Birmingham, Wolverhampton has one district which has the cheapest property prices.
At the top is All Saints in Wolverhampton. With an average house price of £101,600, it’s the cheapest on the list according to the property portal Zoopla. The average annual income required to secure a property in this area is £22,000, with an average deposit of £16,000 required. This is of course a broad guide as to the costs and the amount of deposit required.
Most people seem to be concerned about the two B’s Brexit and Boris, yes the property market in Wolverhampton and the midlands is experiencing uncertain times and yes this may last for a few months. Despite all this the residential market remains stable.
So when you see a property for sale at £101,000 remember that Whether it’s a no-deal or deal Brexit, houses will continue to be bought and sold. Regardless of what Boris Johnson or Brexit throw at the country on the 31st October prices will steady over time and then they will rise.
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