Heald Avenue, Manchester, M14 4HJ

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17, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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18, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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15, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£21,000 12/04/2002 View Details
16, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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13, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£12,750 14/01/1999 View Details
14, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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11, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£23,000 01/02/1996 View Details
12, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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3, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£12,000 16/06/2000 View Details
2, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£37,500 19/11/2002 View Details
1, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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10, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£50,000 11/10/2004 View Details
7, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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6, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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5, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£14,000 30/08/2001 View Details
4, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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9, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
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8, Heald Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 4HJ
£19,000 16/06/2000 View Details

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Area Profile Data

Area: M14 4HJ
Area Type: Less Affluent Singles & Students In Urban Areas

Characterised by privately rented and mortgaged accommodation, these areas comprise smaller than average terraced properties and converted flats. Densely populated and found within cosmopolitan inner cities and areas on the outskirts of major towns, these are mainly young neighbourhoods comprising couples and singles. Many are students or those on the lower rungs of the career ladder, employed in a mix of professional, white collar and manual occupations. They are credit hungry and we start to see evidence of poor payment histories increasing their credit risk.