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The lower cost of living in the Manchester city region, compared with the rest of the UK, means that salaries and hourly rates of pay can realistically remain competitive, without adversely affecting levels of personal disposable income.

The following tables clearly show the North-South divide in terms of property prices, and the regional variations within Greater Manchester. Trafford and Stockport’s proximity to the affluent county of Cheshire account for the higher average prices in those areas.

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Source: Land Registry House Prices March 2015

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Source: Land Registry House Prices March 2015

Detailed data is available from The Land Registry, and online services such as NetHousePrices.com give access to the Land Registry’s database of actual house sales, giving you an idea of the actual sale price of properties in particular postcode areas in Greater Manchester.

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