Thinking about buying your first home but priced out of London?
You might want to head west…to Oxford.
Because the historic university city has just been named the best place in the UK to buy a first home.
Topping a list of 35 UK cities put together by Money Supermarket, it came out top when looking at factors such as the price of a one-bed property, local crime statistics, job opportunities and average salary.
While the average property is Oxford is pretty pricey (around £430,000 – nearly double the national average), Money Supermarket said that the city of dreaming spires came… Read the full story