Angora Drive
Salford
M3 6AL

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
21, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 16 Dec 2011 £126,000 View Details
3, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 01 Aug 1997 £40,495 View Details
1, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 04 Jul 2007 £100,000 View Details
7, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 13 Jan 1998 £42,995 View Details
19, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 16 Mar 2016 £121,000 View Details
5, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 01 Jul 2003 £110,000 View Details
17, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 22 Sep 2006 £131,950 View Details
23, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 02 Jun 1997 £45,995 View Details
9, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 03 Nov 2017 £101,000 View Details
15, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 20 Jun 1997 £46,995 View Details
25, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 06 Jun 1997 £46,995 View Details
27, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 26 Apr 2017 £156,000 View Details
11, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 31 Jul 1997 £41,495 View Details
29, Angora Drive, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6AL 27 Oct 2006 £138,000 View Details

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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: M3 6AL
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.