One of a kind studies (see http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/all-about/house-prices shows that 3 postcodes across more Manchester saw a 5th or extra of the residences bought for £1m or greater.
The findings one this page only add to those launched through homeless charity, refuge, underlining the impact that the housing disaster is having on might-be first-time-shoppers across greater Manchester.
data show that half of properties in Manchester’s M2 7 postcode offered for £1m or extra, whilst in M3 2 it became a quarter of homes and in WA15 0, 17 out of 81 homes passed the £1m mark.
In 2015, almost 900,000 homes have been registered as bought, with 18,369 selling for extra than £1m, amounting to 1 in forty eight houses sold ultimate 12 months. that is the best share of homes selling for extra than £1m since information began in 1995, up from 1.nine% of the whole in 2014.
numerous postcodes in Oldham and Manchester but, have been priced at the alternative severe, with over a third of homes sold in Oldham’s OL4 1, going for much less than £50,000. whilst in OL1 three, six out of the 20 houses offered went for the same.
A fifth of homes sold in OL8 1, and M8 nine also went for £50,000 or less.
despite this however, in 2014 there were 3 postcodes where greater than 1/2 of residences bought for less than £50,000, whereas in 2015, there have been none.