The best and most affordable places to live if you’re a woman

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Research for BBC’s Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour has named the Scottish local authority East Dunbartonshire as the best place to live in Britain if you are a woman, and Copeland in Cumbria the most affordable.All of the top five areas in which to live in the UK as a women boast house prices close to, or above, the UK average of £226,000. East Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire exceed the Scottish average of £149,186 both in the top 5 most expensive authorities across Scotland.

Locations across the North West and Wales proved to offer the best option in terms of housing affordability, with average house prices less than four times average median income. Both Copeland and Burnley have experienced double-digit house price growth over the last year, over twice the level of the North West as a whole.

Ranked in the top five overall, locations across Oxfordshire proved the best location for women based on their lifestage. West Oxfordshire ranked the number one location for younger woman (age 18–30), while neighbouring south Oxfordshire topped the league for older woman (aged 65 and over) thanks to low mortality rate, low crime and less isolation.

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Since forming the business in 2009, our founder, George Tatham-Losh, has become highly regarded as the local go to expert for advice on maximising property values and getting the most out of property investments, regularly speaking at events and holding well attended seminars. Born and raised in Cheltenham, George knows the town and County like no other and knows what works in the area. Alongside George is a specialist team of agents with a wealth of experience to help you sell, buy, let or rent property in Gloucestershire.

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