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Low value homes have limited access to supermarket brands

Homeowners located in areas with cheaper prices have limited access to supermarkets with a higher average basket value, a study from WeBuyAnyHome has found.

Property owners living in Blackpool, Blaenau Gwent and Neath Port Talbot are least likely to visit Waitrose or Budgens.

These areas are dominated by Tesco, Sainsburys, Aldi and Asda stores.

These chains hold a strong presence in Wales and Lancashire, while they dominate some of the cheapest home buying areas in the UK valued between £86,000 and £117,000.

Iceland has the highest density of stores per capita in areas where the average house price is between £100,000 – £200,000 – lower than the national average of £257,858.

The average house price in London, the UK’s capital city is £525,113.

In the capital Waitrose dominates areas where houses are valued above the average, while Morrisons stores are predominantly found in areas with below average house prices.