The news on house prices just doesn't get any better for first-time buyers. While property price inflation has slowed over the last year, the cost of owning your own home is still going up.
Indeed, according to Land Registry data compiled by the Guardian, 20 of London's 33 boroughs have seen average prices rise by more than a full-time nurse's pay of £35,316 over the last year - which means that even if you've saved every penny of your salary, you're still no closer to getting a place of your own.
The good news, though, is that there are still homes to be found that needn't break the bank. We look at ten of the cheapest properties on the market right now.
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