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The 7 most affordable places in the UK to buy a house

Getting a foot on the property ladder has always been difficult, but there are some areas of the UK where it easier than others. The average UK house now costs eight times the average national wage. But new research, carried out by online money-saving agent eMoov, shows that there are some places where you can buy a house for as little as three times the average salary in the area.
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