Some Bradford properties are going under the hammer- and you could buy one for a bargain price.

According to Zoopla, the average property price in Bradford has increased by 3.21 per cent in the last three months.

As it stands, the average price paid for a Bradford home is £137,421 (according to figures from Zoopla).

However, as house prices continue to climb auctioned off properties provide a way to snap up a bargain.

If you are savvy enough, they are an affordable way to get your foot on the property ladder.

The real fun begins after the sale ends as you get to refurbish and fix up the property, transforming it into your dream home.

Tom Parker, Consumer Spokesperson at Zoopla said: "For many people the only time they've come across property auctions is on TV so they might think they are only suitable for buy to let investors, or people seeking to completely renovate a home.

“However, this couldn't be further from the truth and there are many benefits of buying at auction.

“Compared to traditional sales, buying at auction is a much faster process… there's also the potential to grab a great bargain, something that everyone enjoys!"

Here are five properties being auctioned off in Bradford:

Freds Place
Guide price: £25,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Freds Place property (Photo: Zoopla)Freds Place property (Photo: Zoopla)

This property is new to Zoopla- and it could be a very lucrative investment if you are lucky.

Bids for this property start at just £25K which is an absolute steal.

The property itself has two bedrooms and it has been partially refurbished.

However, it is in need of a little more refurbishment prior to being lived in or let out.

This property is being sold via auction on the 9th of December 2020.

Find out more by visiting the Zoopla site.

Copley Street
Guide price: £30,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Copley Street (Photo: Zoopla)Copley Street (Photo: Zoopla)

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This house is in need of complete refurbishment and needs to be modernised.

However, after being fixed up it could work out to be a very lucrative investment.

As well as two bedrooms, this property also benefits from a basement and a front garden.

It is being sold via auction on December 9.

Curious to learn more? Visit the Zoopla listing.

Clayton Road
Guide price: £75,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Would you bid on this house? (Photo: Zoopla)Would you bid on this house? (Photo: Zoopla)

Ideal for investors and landlords, this property currently generates an annual income of £4,800.

The house has three bedrooms and the property itself is just one mile away from Bradford city centre.

This property is being auctioned off on 9 December- make sure to register and view the property if you want to place a bid.

Little Horton Lane
Guide price: £40,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Little Horton Lane property (Photo: Zoopla)Little Horton Lane property (Photo: Zoopla)

On the market for a two bedroom home? You could get this one for a bargain price if you play your cards right.

The house is close to Bradford city centre and other essential amenities.

The property itself benefits from gardens to the front and rear.

If you want to place a bid, the house is being sold via auction on the 9th December 2020.

Discover more on Zoopla.

Great Horton Road
Guide price: £42,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The garden on the property (Photo: Zoopla)The garden on the property (Photo: Zoopla)

This property is the most expensive on the list- but it’s still an absolute bargain if you place the right bid.

It is a Grade II listed building which has two bedrooms.

It’s also described as a “character” property for its charm and personality.

The garden is the focal point of the property as it has been well-maintained.

It also benefits from its own cellar.

Find out more on Zoopla.