For Sale in Bristol: Ten cheapest HMO homes up for auction including a Grade II listed farmhouse

The list includes a Grade II listed farmhouse and a house with an unusual garden feature

A new study by AB Dryling shows that Bristol is the second most expensive city to live in the UK, with houses priced at £384,348 on average.

Auctioned properties can often be a cheaper alternative to get in the property ladder as they are often priced at a lower going rate, meaning that they can lead to opportunities to get a few thousand pounds off what you’d normally pay for a house.

Remember, however, that some of the auctioned properties may require a significant amount of work to make them habitable.

Also note that that auctioned properties have guide prices which could increase significantly during the bidding war and the money needs to be paid upfront.

Scroll through to see the cheapest HMO homes in Bristol that are currently up in the auction market.

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