three-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 3 Northlands Road in the trendy suburb of Moseley, which will have a guide price* of just £50,000+ in the auction on Thursday 14 September.     This freehold property has front and back gardens and opens up through a storm porch into a hall with understairs cupboard, leading into two reception rooms and kitchen.     There is a landing, three bedrooms and bathroom upstairs, with double glazing throughout.three-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 3 Northlands Road in the trendy suburb of Moseley, which will have a guide price* of just £50,000+ in the auction on Thursday 14 September.     This freehold property has front and back gardens and opens up through a storm porch into a hall with understairs cupboard, leading into two reception rooms and kitchen.     There is a landing, three bedrooms and bathroom upstairs, with double glazing throughout.
three-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 3 Northlands Road in the trendy suburb of Moseley, which will have a guide price* of just £50,000+ in the auction on Thursday 14 September. This freehold property has front and back gardens and opens up through a storm porch into a hall with understairs cupboard, leading into two reception rooms and kitchen. There is a landing, three bedrooms and bathroom upstairs, with double glazing throughout. | Bond Wolfe

Seven homes in Birmingham to go under the hammer for less than £90k guide price

From Moseley to Handsworth Wood, there are some great homes available for less than £90,000 starting price at an auction

Several Birmingham houses will be going under the hammer for less than £90,000 starting price. They may need some tender loving care and attention, but a range of these Birmingham properties have attractive starting prices.

Getting on the property ladder has been difficult with high mortgage rates and the cost of living crisis, but these homes in Birmingham might be right for those who don’t mind spending some extra pounds on refurbishment.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said:“These properties would be ideal for first-time buyers with DIY skills or for landlords looking to invest in increasing the size of their portfolios. There is something for everyone at our auctions, from doer-uppers with attractive guide prices to more finished properties ready to move into.”

From Moseley to Handsworth Wood, there are several homes in different parts of the city that will be on auction. The Birmingham properties are among a total of 180 lots that are appearing in Bond Wolfe’s next auction, which will start at 9am on Thursday 14 September. So, here are seven properties that will go under the hammer in Birmingham:

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said:“These properties would be ideal for first-time buyers with DIY skills or for landlords looking to invest in increasing the size of their portfolios. There is something for everyone at our auctions, from doer-uppers with attractive guide prices to more finished properties ready to move into.”

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