Dyas Avenue
Birmingham
B42 1HJ

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
143, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 17 Apr 1998 £33,950 View Details
135, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ View Details
145, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 10 Apr 2012 £106,000 View Details
127, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 29 Aug 2014 £108,000 View Details
133, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 11 Jul 2002 £63,500 View Details
147, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ View Details
139, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ View Details
137, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ View Details
129, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 20 Mar 2015 £117,000 View Details
131, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 27 Nov 1998 £42,000 View Details
141, Dyas Avenue, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1HJ 30 Jul 2004 £88,500 View Details

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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: B42 1HJ
Area Type: Comfortable Mixed Tenure Neighbourhoods

These areas predominantly constitute homeowners in lower quality smaller detached and semi-detached properties or flats. They are dominated by couples and singles with some retired elements and family groups. They typically populate rural neighbourhoods, small towns and suburbs and are in most cases employed in white collar and manual trades. However we do see an incidence of individuals rising up the professional ladder. Levels of investment and credit risk are both lower than average.