If you're looking to buy your first house in Birmingham, then these properties are worth a gander.
All priced under £150,000, the three bedroom homes are spread across the city, and some are in catchment areas of 'good' and 'outstanding' Ofsted rated schools.
The average house price in the UK was £226,367 as of September, so these all come in well under that.
And with no stamp duty to pay now too, there's extra money to spend on the fun furnishings that make a house a home.
Masham Close, Stechford - £145,000
This modern home has been well looked after, with a beautiful family garden, modern kitchen and bathroom and a dining space too.
It's a bonus that the house is less than half a mile from Stechford train station - trains from there take just six to eight minutes to get into Birmingham New Street. It's close to Heartlands Hospital, and it's within a mile of TEN 'good' rated Ofsted schools. In fact - there's not a bad school near it.
For more information, see the Encasa listing here.
Uplands Road, Handsworth - £150,000
Though Handsworth isn't known for being the most glamorous part of Birmingham, it does have a great community vibe and some good schools too.
This home, which has a garage and low maintenance garden, has no chain and is near to 'good' rated schools including St Augustine's Catholic Primary, Rookery, St James Church of England and Wilkes Green Junior. For more information, it's listed through Paul Carr Estate Agents here.
New John Street West, Newtown - £150,000
This extended town house has front and rear gardens, residents parking and a ground floor wet room - great for families that need good accessibility.
It's just off the A34, giving great transport links to the city centre and the M6. It's in the catchment area for 'good' rated schools St George's Church of England Academy and St Chad's Catholic Primary.
There's also 'outstanding' rated Lozells Junior and Infant School. For more information about this home listed with Bairstow Eves, click here.
Brays Road, Sheldon - £150,000
Benefiting from no upward chain, this semi-detached house has a spacious garden for outdoor fun. It's also close to Sheldon Country Park, which has grasslands, wetlands, woodlands and the Old Rectory Farm.
The property is situated near Stanville Primary School, St Thomas More Catholic Primary, Lyndon Green Infant and Junior schools - all of which are rated 'good' by Ofsted. For more information, it's listed with Burchell Edwards here.
Auckland Drive, Smith's Wood - £145,000
This well-presented property looks ideal for those who aren't looking to renovate - with a great kitchen and simple, tiled bathroom ready to go. There's also a garage at the back.
The closest school is the 'outstanding' rated Smith's Wood Primary Academy, with the 'good' rated St John The Baptist Primary and Water Orton Primary less than a mile away too. For more information, see the Green & Company listing here.
Shenley Lane, Weoley Castle - £145,000
Situated pretty close to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and in good commuting distance of the city centre, this property is in a good location and it benefits from having no chain.
It needs a little bit of work, but it's great for schools - Princethorpe Infant and Juniors and Woodcock Hill Primary are within half a mile, all boasting 'good' ratings from Ofsted. For more information, it's listed with Shipways here.
Cranmore Avenue, Handsworth - £149,950This gem is nestled within a quiet cul-de-sac in Handsworth, not far from Booth Street tram station.
It's been extended into a lovely family home with a big bay window and wooden floors and tiles downstairs.
Better still, it's within a mile of nine 'good' rated schools, including Oasis Academy Boulton, James Watt Primary, St James Church of England Primary and Wattville Primary. For more information on the house, see the Henley Charles listing here.