With all the interest in buying property in Manchester, in this post we take a look at an article from the MEN about listed buildings that are up for sale across the Greater Manchester area - some of them are so cheap you won't even need a mortgage.
Whilst owning a listed property is nice for some people, remember that they come with a list of things that you can't do - one of which is usually renovation - the buyers are encouraged to preserve the properties period features.
Sometimes, grants are available to help you maintain your listed property but obviously, you will need to check what is and isn't possible, along with what can and can't be done to the property.
You can get the information you need from a good mortgage provider and broker and there are few better equipped than Manchester Mortgages, a lender that has been providing mortgages in Manchester for the last 20 years. Experts in period properties with restrictive covenants, they have dealt with getting mortgages for clients wanting to buy historic buildings for several years now.
So take a look at the properties from all over Manchester, including Middleton, Heywood and Delph and think what it would be like to own a little piece of history.